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June BPAC Meeting Rescheduling

June 6th 2017

BPAC - Due to Bike Utah's Mobile Active Transportation Tour overlapping with the June BPAC meeting next week, we are rescheduling the June meeting to 1 day prior.  We will meet to discuss results from the public input phase of the County Wide Trails and Active Transportation Plan, and the prioritization process.  12pm 1pm Tuesday, 6/13 179 N Main Rm 301, Logan.   If anyone is interested in attending the MATT tour, registration can be found here https://bikeutah.z2systems.com/np/clients/bikeutah/ ...Continue Reading

Only 5 Days Left - Cache County Trails Master Plan Public Input

June 5th 2017

Friends & Colleagues,   May was a busy month, and we received some great input on the Cache County Trails and Active Transportation Master Plan. We are still soliciting comments online through June 10 (this coming saturday) via the survey http://tiny.cc/trailsurvey and interactive map http://tiny.cc/cachetrails We need your help make one last push to get the word out so we can reach as many people as possible.   This public outreach is key to understanding how Cache residents wou ...Continue Reading

Last Minute Volunteer Request for Cache Co. Trails and Active Transportation Plan

May 12th 2017

All -   I am writing to see if anyone would be willing to volunteer between the hours of 11:30 to 2:30 to assist with the Cache County Trails and Active Transportation Master Plan public outreach @ Smithfield Health Days tomorrow morning.   I did not request this prior, as our National Park Service Partner was going to table with me, but she has fallen ill, and though recovery may be in the cards, if it is not, our planning efforts would benefit from a 2nd person to help collect public feedback.    ...Continue Reading

BPAC Meeting Tomorrow + Public Input Maps Live

May 9th 2017

BPAC -   Just a reminder - that we have a BPAC meeting tomorrow from 12pm to 1pm @ 179 N Main, #301.   No agenda, as we'll just be working on Bike to Work Week preparations and final checklists (we might be assembling a few passports, so consider this the arts and crafts edition of BPAC meetings)...   But for those of you who don't attend, please note that yesterday marked the launch of our online public comment period for the Cache County Trails and Active Transportation Master Plan.    ...Continue Reading

Just Sayin' Bike to Work and School Week is going to be stellar this year.

May 1st 2017

You like free breakfasts? You like schwag? You like free bike tunes? You like riding your bicycle to concerts in the canyon? You like a chance to talk with Logan City Mayor about how cycling could be better in our community?   I also like these things.  I think we'll both like Bike to Work and School Week this year. http://trails.cachecounty.org/news/?id=34 Dayton Crites Cache County Trails Planner 435.755.1646 Office 415.734.7243 Cell 179 North Main, Suite 305 Logan UT 84321 trails.cachecounty.org Da ...Continue Reading

[ECONET] Earth Day BioBlitz Logan River Golf Course

April 19th 2017

Logan River Golf Course Earth Day BioBlitz Saturday, April 22, 2017 Rendezvous Park Jack Greene 7 a.m. - 9 a.m. Join the second annual Logan River Golf Course Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary BioBlitz with Jack Greene. All levels welcome - help us spot birds, wildflowers, mushrooms, insects, etc. to help document the rich wildlife habitat provided by the Logan River Golf Course. Bring your camera: there's a photo contest, too! http://www.inaturalist.org Meet at Rendezvous Park, 7 a.m. Saturday, A ...Continue Reading

[ECONET] Cache Environmental Council: Trails, Forests, Butterflies, Mule Deer, Elk

April 18th 2017

Cache Environmental Council: Trails, Forests, Butterflies, Mule Deer, Elk Next meeting: Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 7 p.m. Logan Library Jim Bridger Room Trails As Infrastructure, Dayton Crites, The Trails Cache Volunteer Opportunities, David Ashby, Logan Ranger District Mariposa Festival, Milkweed propagation, Native Plant Pollinator Gardens, Firefly Biology, and Native Songbirds. Ron Hellstern, Cache Valley Wildlife Association Mule Deer Foundation, Katie Gourdin Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, R ...Continue Reading

[ECONET] EARTHDAY 2017: Interfaith Earth Day

April 18th 2017

EARTHDAY 2017 Interfaith Earth Day SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2017 LOGAN TABERNACLE 12:30-2:00 PM a celebration of our stewardship of Mother Earth Persons of various faiths (including Buddhists, Episcopalians, Jews, Latter-day Saints, Lutherans, Muslims, Presbyterians, Quakers, Unitarian Universalists) will share music and song, poetry, and other forms of expression as they deliver a message of caring for our earth. Caring for the earth is caring for each other An interfaith celebration For more i ...Continue Reading

[ECONET] Friday paddle in search of the elusive American Bittern

April 17th 2017

Friday April 21, 8 a.m. paddle in search of the elusive American Bittern Meet on Mendon Rd. (600 South) on the east side where it crosses Spring Creek (and is currently closed due to road collapse). We will unload boats and shuttle vehicles to the take-out on Valley View highway at the west end of Cutler March (on west side of the Bear River). Must have own boat and PFD (life jacket). Estimated paddling time is 1.5-2 hours plus shuttle time so don’t plan to be anywhere before 11 am. Bring water ...Continue Reading

[ECONET] Cutler Marsh Paddle Group

April 16th 2017

Cutler Marsh Paddle Group Explore Cutler Marsh in search of the elusive American Bittern... or just to enjoy the season's high water. If interested send your name, email, and phone to: Jean Lown, jean.lown@PROTECTED Specify general times when you are/are not available, i.e., if you work 8-5 or such. Must have own boat, paddle(s) PFD, and means to transport. Jean ...Continue Reading
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