GRAZING ON THE COLORADO PLATEAU: Ten Ways You Can Help Improve It!

Presented By: Grand Canyon Trust – UT Forests Program

Livestock grazing is a permitted use of Colorado Plateau public lands, including 96.4% of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. But other public lands values are important, too, such as wildlife, flowers, pollinators, springs, and biological soil crusts.

Join botanist, public lands advocate and backpacker Mary O’Brien, Utah Forests Program Director for Grand Canyon Trust, to learn how you can help make sure livestock grazing on your public lands is managed so other uses and values are also protected. www.grandcanyontrust.org

For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Mary O'Brien

Event Contact Phone: 435-259-6205

Event Contact Email: maryobrien10@gmail.com

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