2017 Rangeland Fall Forum
A Conversation with Nathan Sayre
October 5: Dinner 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Dinner and Talk at the Basque Center, 601 W. Grove St., Boise
$40 per person/$75 per couple
Talk with one another and share a meal with rangeland users and keynote speaker Nathan Sayre, from the University of California, Berkeley. Sayre is author of The Politics of Scale: A History of Rangeland Science (2017), and co-author of the landmark University of Chicago Press book, Stitching the West Back Together: Conservation of Working Landscapes in the American West (2014).* Stitching across large landscapes with diverse users “requires the long, slow, patient process of talking to one another and searching for common ground that builds the trust necessary to collaborate across fence lines...”
BLM Idaho State Director Tim Murphy and UI Rangeland Center Director Karen Launchbaugh will also help us talk about adaptive management of rangelands — at scales that matter.
Talks and Walks on the Range
October 6: FIELD TOUR 8:00 am to 2:30 pm
Registration at 8:00 am, tour until 2:30 pm. Meet at Peregrine Fund World Center for Birds of Prey. Follow S. Cole Rd for 6 miles to 5668 W Flying Hawk Ln, Boise, ID 83709.
Tour includes stop at the Snake River Birds of Prey NCA.
$30 per person: light breakfast, snacks, and lunch included.
Get out on the range! Continue conversations on the ground about the social, ecological, and economic health of rangelands. We will learn about restoration, wildlife, recreation, and collaborative approaches for diverse users to “stitch across fence lines” in Idaho.
Bonus event for Fall Forum participants!
Experience the majesty of raptors in free flight when we return from the field tour. Join the Peregrine Fund’s Fall Flights at their World Center for Birds of Prey.
Admission $10, includes entry to the Center.
Registration Deadline: September 20th
Reserve now, limited capacity.
Please pay registration fees for the 2017 Rangeland Fall Forum Events here.
Meggan Laxalt Mackey
Rangeland Center Outreach Coordinator
email@example.com or 208-860-2606
Student Scholarships will be available for secondary and college students.
For scholarship requests: email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Stitching the West Back Together: Conservation of Working Landscapes in the American West used by permission of University of Chicago Press
Fall Forum photo at Rock Creek Ranch by UI Range Student Landon Goolsby