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Canyon Conversations Series (SNC)

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Canyon Conversations is a free lecture series connecting people to local resources and research. The winter series will be held at USU in the Quinney NR Building.

  • January 25th: Winter Tracking
    • Join USU professor Mark Larese-Casanova to learn about winter tracking! Learn how to identify tracks what to look for and other signs left behind by wildlife. Even a dusting of snow can reveal the stories of wildlife in winter. It’s a bit like solving a mystery.
  • February 1st: Where the Wild Things Are
    • USU’s Dr Tal Avgar will be joining us for “Where the Wild Things Are” What We Can Learn from Tracking Wildlife. Dr. Avgar is a movement ecologist who studies the consequences of animal movement and behavior Join us as we continue our conversation on wildlife tracking from a researchers perspective.
  • February 8th: Geologic History of Cache Valleys
    • Stokes Nature Center Canyon Conversations. Can rocks tell a story? If so what are they saying. USU’s emeritus geology professor Robert Oaks will be joining us to tell us this story as we explore the geologic history of Cache Valley.
  • February 15th: Beavers
    • Jack Green will be joining us to discuss beavers. Beavers are natural engineers who create habitat for many other wildlife species. Jack will take us on a journey into the beaver’s pond and habitat.
  • February 22nd: Threats to the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem
    • Dr Wayne Wurtsbaugh will be joining us to explore threats to the continued functions of the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem such as nutrient run-off and metal pollution.
  • February 29th: Where the Wild Things Are
    • USU’s Dr Tal Avgar will be joining us for "Where the Wild Things Are" What We Can Learn from Tracking Wildlife. Dr. Avgar is a movement ecologist who studies the consequences of animal movement and behavior. Join us as we continue our conversation on wildlife tracking from a researchers perspective. How and why do we track wildlife what technology do we use and what does it tell us.
  • March 7th: Onsite Water Harvesting
    • Join USU's Sustainable Communities Extension Specialist Roslynn McCann to learn about onsite water harvesting and how you can do it.

Contact: Michelle Sagers
435-755-3239
community@logannature.org
Website: http://logannature.org/
Time: 11:00 am to Noon
Date: Saturdays, 2020
Location: USU Quinney NR Building
5200 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322
Cost: Free and open to the public


The Logan Library does not endorse non-library events or entities described in the events calendar.
Because events may be changed, rescheduled, or cancelled, event information should be confirmed with the events contact.
While the Logan Library makes every effort to ensure the most accurate information is provided, the Logan Library assumes no liability for
the costs or inconvenience of any party due to the rescheduling or canceling of events listed, or for the costs or inconvenience of any party
due to information which may be incomplete or inaccurate.


Updated by the Logan Library Staff: February 2020
To update this information, email the Logan Library Staff