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Sawtooth NRA at 50: Our Legacy & Future Challenges

  • 11 Oct 2022
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Stonehouse, 709 E Park, Boise, ID

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You are welcome to join us as early as 11:30am and stay as late as 1:30pm to visit and network.

Lunch will begin at 11:45am, and the presentation will start at Noon.

The Andrus Center released a report in August recognizing the bipartisan creation and collaborative management of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area in advance of the 50th anniversary Sawtooth NRA Community Celebration on August 20, 2022.

The report summarizes results from the Center’s online conference which took place in May. The conference convened a series of speakers and panelists that included many of the diverse perspectives on the Sawtooth NRA’s past and future challenges. We will hear from Andrus Center authors of the report, and its findings and recommendations.

READ THE REPORT HERE

Panelists:


Dr. Emily Wakild

Director of Environmental Studies, School of Public Service, Boise State University;

and Cecil D. Andrus Endowed Chair for Environment and Public Lands.


Steve Botti

Mayor, City of Stanley


Rocky Barker

Author and Environmental Journalist (retired);

and Andrus Center Board

Moderator: 

Andy Brunelle

IEF Board Member;

Office of Governor Cecil Andrus (1987-1995);

U.S. Forest Service (1995-2022);

and Andrus Center Board

**Lunch Registration must be made and paid for by Tuesday, October 4th. Payment for lunch will not be accepted after October 4th; no onsite payment for lunch will be accepted. 

**Sit-in Registration is welcome onsite.


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