January 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Lunchtime Conversations about Open Spaces: The Role of Public Lands
Open space is a major part of Sheridan County’s culture, economy and identity. The Chamber’s Ag & Natural Resources Committee will host a new series, “Lunchtime Conversations about Open Spaces,” starting Jan. 28. A panel of representatives from area businesses and organizations will explore with attendees what is balanced use of our open space and how we can we continue to balance that use into the future. They’ll also discuss the importance of open spaces to our community’s economy and culture now and into the future.
These free interactive sessions will be held from 12 to 1 p.m. at Luminous Brewhouse with attendees welcome to stay after for further discussion. Additional upcoming sessions include “The Role of Private Working Lands” on Feb. 25, “Outdoor Recreation and Its Impacts” on March 24 and “Effects of Land Use Policies” on April 28.
Bring your own lunch, or food will be available to purchase from Fired Up! Food Truck at Luminous or Sagewood North Cafe/Designing Dinners across Broadway Street.