Bitterroot Climate Group Talks About Wildlife
The Bitterroot Climate Action Group will be featuring Kristy Bly, Senior Conservation Biologist for the World Wildlife Fund at a meeting Tuesday evening in Hamilton. Kristy is a specialist in swift fox and black-footed ferret restoration. Her talk is "Innovating Climate Solutions for Wildlife." The Bitterroot Climate Action Group (BitterrootCAG) will meet at the conference room of the Bitterroot National Forest Supervisors Office at 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 17. It's a free, public meeting. The address is 1801 North First in Hamilton.
The BitterrootCAG was established this summer and registered as a non-profit with the state. From their website: "We are people of the Bitterroot Valley taking action to mitigate the impacts of climate change and mitigate or change human activities that contribute to climate change, acting with respect and civility to all."