Wildlife corridors in the urban desert

View of Anita Hagy Ferguson's face with water pond on the backgroundOn February 27, 2019, former ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes Postdoctoral Research Associate and Project Manager Anita Hagy Ferguson will be delivering a talk on the topic of wildlife corridors in the urban desert. During this talk, Ferguson will address the importance of biological corridors, urban open spaces and collaborative regional planning to protect one of the most bio-diverse deserts in the world -- the Sonoran desert. This talk is part of the Superstition Area Land Trust Speaker Series.
Apache Junction Multi-generational Center
Room B-118
1035 N. Idaho Rd.
Apache Junction, AZ 
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