Northwest Quadrant Land Grab, Air, Land and ... Salt Lake -- Environmentalists Rate Legislative Action in the Home Stretch, LegUpdate, Plus Landscape Artists and The Battle for Yellowstone
Dan Strong, chair of the Rose Park Community Council. He spoke against the recently released SB234 Utah Inland Port Authority, which would see the state assume control of the more than 24,000 acres west of the airport, known as SLC's Northwest Quadrant.
Lily Eskelsen-Garcia, president of the National Education Association, president of the Utah Education Association from 1990-1996. She talked about a new national survey revealing the alarming impact of immigration enforcement on teaching and learning in public schools. Nickie Nelson, League of Women Voters of Utah, with a recap of day 37 of 45 at the Utah Legislature
Writer and independent American art scholar Peter Hassrick, who will be in town March 8, at the UMFA, to talk about Bierstadt and Moran: The Battle for Yellowstone. Curator Leslie Anderson said the event is FREE and part of the museum's Go West! Art of the American Frontier from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
Environmentalists, green groups, conservations and backcountry public lands supporters talk about the 2018 Utah legislative session—the good, the bad and the fugly. Featuring:
Carl Fisher, Save Our Canyons. Check out theri 16th Annual Lone Peak Celebration Saturday, March 10. Live music, socializing, silent auction, and a special Lone Peak Wilderness presentation by Save Our Canyons founder Alexis Kelner.
Joshua Lenart, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, which considers itself conservationists and backcountry public lands enthusiasts. Their March Chapter Meeting, 3/8, at Western Rivers Flyfisher, 6:00-8:00 p.m., will include a night of fishing and stream access discussions! All ages welcome, refreshments (21+ and soda) provided by Western and BHA. Facebook live stream at 7:30pm on the Western Facebook page for those who cannot make it.
Ashley Soltysiak, Sierra Club Utah Chapter, which will host Roots for Resistance Tuesday, March 20, the non-profit's spring breakfast with keynote from National Sierra Club Executive Director Michale Brune.
Tonight's Radioactive Team: