Knowledge to improve Utah’s Landscape
Utah’s natural, agricultural and urban ecosystems are increasingly interconnected and, with a rapidly growing population, the land-use decisions facing the state will only become more difficult.
How should we manage our land? What’s the best way to prioritize land use? What impact do those decisions have on our economy? Do they impact the wellbeing of people in the state?
Learning to ask the right questions—as well as understanding the goals and objectives of key stakeholders—will provide a strong foundation for Utah’s future.
On October 1, 2019, Dr. Courtney Flint presented her research findings regarding those questions at the O.C. Tanner headquarters in Salt Lake City.