Wildlife Corridor Meeting a Success

Posted on December 19, 2014 by Borderlands Restoration in Events, Wildlife Corridors
Cake by Borderlands' Pixie, Anita Clavesco-Wharton.

Cake by Borderlands’ Pixie, Anita Clavesco-Wharton.

The Wildlife Corridors Public Meeting held last Tuesday, December 12 was a huge success with over 50 people in attendance representing a variety of perspectives within our community! Thank you for showing up, voicing concerns, and sharing the excitement of creating a working landscape for the benefit of wildlife – together! We hope our next meeting will bring even more diversity. Please contact us if you would like to be notified of future Wildlife Corridor events.

Here are some useful links:

Call for a Sky Islands Corridor Initiative: A white paper written in 2012 that describes the overall vision that prompted the purchase of the property.

Event Handout with Maps: Wildlife Corridor 1st PublicMtg Handout.Dec2014

Sonoita Creek Wildlife Corridor Design by Paul Beier, NAU

 

Public listens to Ron Pulliam and David Seibert discuss the biological significance & the conservation vision for the property.

Public listens to Ron Pulliam and David Seibert discuss the biological significance & the conservation vision for the property.

Zay Hartigan, trail steward for The Arizona Trail Association and project manager for the Mountain Empire Trail Association, shares the vision for trail expansion and rerouting which would increase access and recreational opportunities to hikers, bikers, and equestrians.

Zay Hartigan, trail steward for The Arizona Trail Association and project manager for the Mountain Empire Trail Association, shares the vision for trail expansion and rerouting which would increase access and recreational opportunities to hikers, bikers, and equestrians.

Round table public listening session.

Round table public listening session.

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