Russian olive removal work in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area was recently highlighted in National Parks Traveler magazine by Kurt Repanshek. The article focuses on the hard work implemented by Utah Conservation Corps and led by Grand Staircase Escalante Partners in coordination with the Riparian Restoration Committee of the ERWP. Read the full article here!
Check out the Walton Family Foundation’s Water in the West Initiative blog posts highlighting Sue Fearon, former ERWP Private Lands Program Coordinator, and Stephanie Minnaert, former ERWP Public Lands Program Coordinator, and work performed along the Escalante.
The Three F’s of a Successful Watershed Partnership is a blog post by Sue Fearon in Utah State University’s Environmental Dispute Resolution Program. Check it out!
The Tamarisk Coalition, through Walton Family Foundation funding, brings us the Riverside Stories series – vignettes highlighting the personal stories of those committed to healthy rivers and community. Click on photo to read their stories: To read all 14 Riverside Stories, go to http://tamariskcoalition.org/about-us/riverside-stories.
Our Partners At the Tamarisk Coalition This article was written in the December 2015 Tamarisk Coalition Newsletter. We are happy to see the success of these lil’ beetles! New Tamarisk Beetle Map Released Tamarisk beetle distribution continues to ebb and flow across the North American continent. In 2015 there was continued expansion along the Middle […]
This year, John R. Spence (National Park Service) and Linda Whitham (The Nature Conservancy) were authors featured in an article for the book, Colorado Plateau VI. Science and Management at the Landscape Scale. Their article is titled “The Escalante River Watershed Partnership”. Pp 339-352. The chapter focuses on subjects like The Escalante River Watershed Partnership-A New […]