People, Place, Process and Paradigms – The Three Creeks Project
August 4 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm MDT
The Three Creeks project can be described in three phases, including Spark of an Idea, Foundation Building, and Implementation. It is a unique project undertaken by over thirty grazing permittees across ten grazing allotments in partnership with state and federal agencies, and NGO’s. The project includes thousands of animal units, miles of pipeline, years of pre-project rangeland science collection, along with dedication, diligence, and creativity, all coming together to enhance the health and productive capacity of a large rangeland landscape in northern Utah for wildlife, plants and the rural communities that live and recreate there.
Taylor Payne, with the Utah Grazing Improvement Project, and Kris Hulvey, with Working Lands Conservation, will share about the history of the effort, challenges along the way, and early successes as implementation of the project gets underway. People, Place, Process and Paradigms are the converging themes they will touch on during the webinar.
We hope you can join us on Wednesday, August 4th from 11:00 – 12:30 MT to hear the story and have a conversation with Taylor and Kris.
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