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The New Era of Conservation: What Working Landscapes Bring to the Table

The New Era of Conservation: What Working Landscapes Bring to the Table In-Person

This panel conversation, in partnership with the Western Landowners Alliance and the Trailing of the Sheep Festival, will focus on the importance of both private and public lands, the critical role of agriculture in conservation, and obstacles that landowners face in stewarding these landscapes. The panel will also touch on the idea of stewardship beyond boundaries: the need for all of us—landowners, sportsmen, recreationalists, ranchers, urban residents—to look beyond the boundaries of our land or immediate self-interests.

Panelists will include Lesli Allison, the CEO of the Western Landowners Alliance, Cameron Westcamp, the Operations Manager for Rinker Rock Creek Ranch, and local producer Kim Brackett of Brackett Ranches and a past chairman of the Cattlemen’s Beef Board. The discussion will be moderated by Eric Winford, Associate Director of the University of Idaho Rangeland Center.

This program will be livestreamed and available to view later online. Click here to watch online.

Tuesday, October 3, 2023
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Time Zone:
Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
John A. and Carole O. Moran Lecture Hall
The Community Library
  Lectures & Conversations  
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Martha Williams