Monday, 20 August 2012
Explore Bridgerland's Trails - Jack Greene
Come explore the beautiful and varied Cache Valley landscape with naturalist educator and former USFS Wilderness Ranger, Jack Greene. Jack will share his great experience, reveal some of his more memorable stories from the back country, describe some trails, and introduce his audience to the flora, fauna, and geology of our incredible landscape.
Jack worked as a Logan High School science teacher for 19 years and as a Wilderness Ranger for the Logan Ranger District for 11 years. He has hiked and boated many of the terrestrial and aquatic trails in and around our valley, both as a ranger and educator. Jack is actively involved in the Bridgerland Audubon Society and coauthored Stones, zones, trails and tales of Logan Canyon : an interpretive guide to the natural and human history of Logan Canyon which presents the natural and human history of Logan Canyon.
Join us in the Jim Bridger Room on Thursday, August 23 and Thursday, September 13 at 7 p.m.!
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