Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.
You’re invited to attend a Montana-focused Russian olive/salt cedar workshop.
Conference Date: Wednesday, Oct. 25 (Meeting from 1-5) and Thursday, Oct. 26 (Meeting from 8-noon).
Conference Location: Montana Electric Co-op Building, 501 Bay Drive, Great Falls, MT 59401.
Registration: $20/person, $10/student
Purpose: A forum to engage scientists, resource managers, conservation groups and other stakeholders in exploring strategies to eliminate salt cedar and Russian olive from Montana waterways.
Tentative Agenda: Draft_Workshop Agenda
Planning Team: Janet Ellis (Montana Audubon), Erin Espeland (ARS-Sidney), Rachel Frost (Missouri River Conservation District Council), River Conservation District Council), Kenny Keever (BLM-Havre), Dan Rostad (Yellowstone River Conservation District Council), Sharlene Sing (USFS-Bozeman), and Leigh Greenwood (The Nature Conservancy)
For Questions or More Information: Contact Janet Ellis, Montana Audubon ([email protected]; 406.443.3949)
For mail registration, please send your non-refundable check, payable to “Montana Audubon:” Montana Audubon, P.O. Box 595, Helena, MT 59624. Please put “Russian olive/salt cedar workshop” on memo line of your check. Please also include the name, email and contact information for the participant with your check.