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IDAHO ALPINE CLUB GENERAL MEETING

"GRIZZLY BEAR CONSERVATION
IN THE GREATER YELLOWSTONE AREA"


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2017 @ 7:00 PM
DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
555 WEST 25TH ST


The Center for Biological Diversity is probably the most important and influential conservation group that you probably have never heard of. With a staff including 35 attorneys and 8 scientists, the Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, protection and restoration of biodiversity, native species and ecosystems.

For 28 years, the Center has been using citizen advocacy and the courts to nudge public policy in the direction of preserving and protecting endangered wildlife. The Center has been fortunate to have received successful outcomes in 93% of its lawsuits.

This month, Center attorney Andrea Santarsiere will give us a presentation detailing the Center for Biological Diversity’s work with a focus on grizzly bear conservation in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Prior to her work at the Center, Andrea worked on wildlife and public lands issues with public
interest groups such as the Western Watersheds Project, Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Earthjustice. The meeting is open to the public and all outdoor enthusiasts are invited to attend.






Find out about our other outdoor activities at these links.


                     

Road biking routes in southeastern Idaho ranging from 20-25 miles up to about 50 mile alternatives have been developed by Barb Brown, Judy Williams, Gay Gilbert, and others over the past 17 years for use by a weekly Tuesday morning riding group. Mapman Alan Crockett (and protégé Jeb Blakeley) have improved the early rough schematics using GPS hardware and DeLorme software.

These maps in PDF are available HERE
For information about the club send us an email at info@idahoalpineclub.org and we'll get right back to you.
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