Dec 8, What’s that Bird? Tips for Bird Watchers

What’s That Bird? Tips for Bird Watchers

Presentation by Makenna Johnson

Saturday, December 8, 2018
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Jim Bridger Room
Logan Library

Join us for an introduction to backyard birds of Cache Valley  and  how to help with the Annual Christmas Bird Count by looking out your window.

First begun in 1956, The Logan Christmas Bird Count is our Chapter’s contribution to the world’s largest, oldest citizen science project on Earth. This will be the 119th year of the Audubon Christmas Bird Count, and 58th for the Cache Valley Christmas Bird Count which will be on Saturday, December 15, 2018. Please join us.

We can use beginners as well as experienced birders to find owls, falcons, and odd ducks, even feathered ones. Contact Val Grant, 435-752-7572, or Hilary Shughart for more information or to join the Count.

December 7, Gardening for Native Bees

Gardening for Native Bees in Utah

Jim Cane
USU Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory (Bee Lab)

Friday, December 7, 2018

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Logan Library

Bonneville Room

Cosponsored by the Logan Library and the Bridgerland Audubon Society, and partnered with the USU Permaculture Initiative, the Audubon Armchair Garden group meets the first Friday of the month at 1 – 2 p.m. in the Logan Library. The monthly presentations focus on gardening and topics specific to Utah’s climate. All events are free and open to the public.

Dec 4, Eager Beavers

Eager Beavers Author Ben Goldfarb
Reading, Program & Social

The Italian Place
48 Federal Ave, Logan
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
5-7 p.m.

Free Tickets Required by 11/26:

Join author and environmental jounralist Ben Goldfarb for an evening social with a reading and program on his new book Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter.
Eager is a powerful story about one of the world’s most influential species, how North America was colonized, how our landscapes have changed over the centuries, and how beavers can help us fight drought, flooding, wildfire, extinctin and the ravages of climage change. Ultimately, its about how we can learn to coesist with our fellow travelers on this planet.”
Refreshments will be served. BYOB. The Bridgerland Audubon Society is offering this program free of charge. Additionally there will be an option to join the local chapter at a special $10 rate for one year.
Tickets are free but must be reserved by Monday, November 26.

November 2, Introduction to Permaculture

Introduction to Permaculture

Dr. Roslynn Brain McCann,  Sustainable Communities Extension Specialist

Friday, November 2, 1-2p.m.

Logan Library, Jim Bridger Room

Permaculture is a design process that guides human communities in achieving the resilience and regenerative capacity of natural ecosystems. The principles and practices are drawn from the ecological knowledge of traditional and indigenous cultures integrated with modern scientific understanding and selected technologies. Permaculture design provides a framework for helping individuals and communities develop innovative, creative and effective strategies for meeting basic needs while preparing for and mitigating the existing and projected impacts of climate change. This workshop overviews the basics of permaculture design as well as the design, implementation, impacts, and spread of a community-engaged permaculture initiative created through USU Extension Sustainability that is fostering more resilience – on both the community and ecological scales – in preparation for hotter, drier climatic conditions and associated rising social conflict.


Cosponsored by the Logan Library and Bridgerland Audubon Society, the Audubon Armchair Gardening Series is partnered with the USU Permaculture Initiative, meeting on the first Friday of the month, 1-2pm in the Logan Library.

The monthly presentations focus on gardening and topics specific to Utah’s climate. Come join us in celebrating The Year of the Bird and Audubon’s Plants for Birds initiative!

All events are free and open to the public.