- Event Time 5:30 pm-8:00 pm
- Event Start Date 09/12/2017
- Event Location Crawford Theater
In today’s conversation about public lands phrases such as “forest health” and “forest resilience” are common. But the question is “what does it mean?” Do we know what forest health is, or do we just have a preconceived notion of what we think it means? Is some “healthy forest” legislation truly well intentioned, or is it a ruse aimed at “getting out the cut”?
Gallatin Wildlife Association will host a presentation entitled, “Healthy Forests: Science or Slogan?”, to explore this topic on Tuesday September 12 in the Emerson Center Auditorium, Bozeman. Doors open at 5:30 PM; presentations and public discussion, 6-8 PM. Co-hosts of the forum include Native Ecosystem Council, Montana River Action, and Cottonwood Environmental Law.
Doors open at 5:30pm; presentation and public discussion 6-8pm.
Hosted by: Gallatin Wildlife Association
Cohosted by: Cottonwood Environmental Law, Native Ecosystems Council, and Montana River Action