Cherish and Renew: Restoring Western Ecosystems and Communities
by StaffTo Cherish and Renew: Restoring Western Ecosystems and Communities is the theme of the second annual Wallace Stegner Center symposium, in Salt Lake City, April 17-19. Revitalizing damaged natural resources and local economies will be the focus of discussion sessions hosted by writer and naturalist Terry Tempest Williams, sustainable agriculture expert Wes Jackson, Ted Strong of the Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commission, and Luther Propst of the Sonoran Institute. Keynoter is Montana author William Kittredge. For more information contact Lisa Stewart at the University of Utah College of Law by phone, 801/581-7356; fax, 801/581-6897; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. There's also a Web site at www.law.utah.edu/stegner/sym97.
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