March Mendocino Audubon Meeting

Charlene McAllister

David Imper speaks on Grazing Issues

On Monday night, March 23, the annual "Partnership Potluck" - a joint
meeting of coastal environmental groups will be held at 6 pm at St.
Anthony's Hall in Mendocino. The speaker for this year will be David Imper,
a botanist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Imper has lived on the
North Coast since 1981. He worked as a botanist for the Forest Service for
five years and as an environmental consultant for 15 years. For the past 8
years he has been with the Fish and Wildlife Service working on endangered
plant recovery, covering the 5 northwest counties of California. His talk
will touch on the changing attitudes on controlled grazing as a beneficial
tool for endangered species and biodiversity management; his experience in
using it for the management of endangered species; and the ongoing crisis in
botanical diversity on the North Coast and Southern Oregon that demands we
utilize grazing on a broader scale.

The meeting is open to the public. Bring a dish to share and your own
beverage and join in the potluck dinner, or just come at 7 pm for the
program. For further information, call 937-4463, or go to
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Charlene McAllister

Box 332

Little River, CA 95456


Charlene McAllister
Box 332
Little River, CA 95456

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