The Stegner Center’s 28th annual symposium on will focus on the Great Salt Lake.
Day one will consider the state of the lake and factors leading to its decline. Then consider the risks to human health and the millions of migratory birds dependent on the lake, along with economic impacts, if this ecosystem collapses. Day two will focus on solutions to preserve the lake with presentations by scientists, water policy experts, politicians, community leaders, and others.
The symposium will be hybrid, with speakers in person and attendees joining in person and online.
More information can be found here.