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Lecture: TRADITIONAL USES OF PUBLIC LANDS: VIEWS FROM THE PAST, PRESENT AND INTO THE FUTURE – DIANA HAWKS
November 1, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Please join us this Friday, November 1 in welcoming Diana Hawks, retired Arizona Strip BLM archaeologist and land use planner as she presents information about the traditional changing uses of public lands in the desert Southwest over the last few millennia. Diana will look at the potential future uses of public lands and resources in Southwestern Utah and Northwestern Arizona and invite the audience to seek local solutions about the future communal uses of public lands and resources.
In recognition of her achievements, Diana Hawks retired in 2016 after working 27 years with the Salt Lake and Arizona Strip Districts of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). As a Federal archaeologist she worked as a Resource Area and District archaeologist. She also worked as a land use planner, and a team lead for Recreation, Wilderness and Cultural Resources for the Arizona Strip.
Once again, we look forward to seeing you all this Friday, November 1 at 12 pm (noon) for another session of the Marilyn Davis Brown Bag Series Lecture.
Reservations may be made by contacting the Public Lands Information Center at 435.688.3200, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at 345 East Riverside Drive