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    Education and Outreach

    We conduct education and outreach to promote and facilitate land stewardship and land conservation in this region. We:

    • Promote the ecological significance of this landscape to land managers, elected officials, and the general public
    • Encourage economically-viable land uses that are compatible with and help achieve our conservation goals
    • Demonstrate the need for protection of sagebrush habitat. Educate public constituencies as to the importance of sagebrush habitat in our region to biodiversity conservation.
    • Disseminate scientific research and monitoring information to improve land stewardship in the region

    We conduct our education and outreach efforts through on-the-ground workshops, symposia, outdoor classes, and publications. The primary target audiences for our educational programs are scientists, land managers, and land owners. The secondary target audiences are the general public and students.

    Education and Outreach

    Jay Carlisle of the Idaho Bird Observatory and Liz Mitchell spot a rare Blackpoll Warbler in Upper Fish Creek, June 2008

    P. O. Box 2249 • Hailey, Idaho 83333 • Phone 208.788.1378 • Fax 208.788.1264 • info@lavalakeinstitute.org
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