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Restoring Native Ecosystems


Boulder County Ecosystem Symposium:
“Restoring Native Ecosystems”

Saturday, April 3, 2010
University of Colorado Ramaley Auditorium

This year’s symposium is dedicated to the memory of Sigrid Noll Ueblacker,
who founded and directed the Birds of Prey Foundation, rescuing and
rehabilitating more than 11,000 raptors.


8-9 a.m.: Free registration.

9-9:15 a.m.: Jeff Mitton, Steve Jones, and Rich Koopmann. Introduction and
remembrance of Sigrid.

9:15-10: David Buckner, ESCO Associates. “Perspectives on restoration,
past, present, and future.”

10-10:45: Clinton Francis, University of Colorado. “Cumulative
consequences of noise pollution on natural communities: impacts on birds
and beyond.”

11-11:45: Chad Julian, Boulder County Parks and Open Space. “Front Range
ponderosa pine forest restoration.”

11:45-12:30: Jeff Connor, Rocky Mountain National Park. “Restoration of
four high-altitude lakes inundated by dams.”

12:30-1:45: Complimentary buffet lunch.

1:45-2:30: Alan Carpenter, John Giordanengo, and Ed Self, Wildland
Restoration Volunteers. “Obliteration and restoration of OHV roads in
Colorado: tried and true treatments.”

2:30-3:15: Claire Deleo, Boulder County Parks and Open Space. “Going
local: native seed collection and increase from Boulder County.”

3:15-4: Tom Grant, Colorado State University. “Innovative restoration

Symposium sponsors: Boulder County Nature Association, Boulder County
Audubon, Boulder County Parks and Open Space, Boulder Open Space and
Mountain Parks, Colorado Native Plant Society, University of Colorado.

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