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Habitat Enhancement at Barber Park

May 1, 2020 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

In a bold move to improve the ecological health of Barber Park and the Boise River, Ada County Parks and Waterways cut down more than 600 invasive trees February 18-20. The first-of-its-kind project along the Boise River was funded by Golden Eagle Audubon Society and BREN provided guidance. Project mastermind Alan Crockett and Roger Rosentreter, Ph.D. will talk about the problem with invasive trees and the benefits of the project. Ada County parks and Waterways Director Scott Koberg will talk about ongoing and future habitat management at Barber Park.

The program starts at 11:45. Please join the meeting starting at 11:30 to learn about Zoom and “chat” with other attendees.

Please Note: This online program is limited to 100 attendees, but it will be recorded and the recording will be available here soon after the program ends. Thanks for understanding.

To attend Habitat Enhancement at Barber Park paste this URL into your browser
Meeting ID: 938-3607-9732

Instructions to attend this program

  • No registration is required and no password.
  • You can attend via any device that connects to the internet.
  • You will be prompted to download Zoom when you go to the meeting URL – it is very quick and free. But give yourself a few minutes.
  • You can join a test meeting ahead of time and make sure everything works – https://zoom.us/testIf you don’t have a speaker on your computer, you’ll need to use your phone to hear. Dial one of these numbers and follow the prompts.
    301 715 8592
    253 215 8782
    Meeting ID: 938-3607-9732
    Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/ad8QK9g6Pm
  • Need Help? Text us at 208 570-3013.


May 1, 2020
11:30 am - 1:00 pm


ID United States


Boise River Enhancement Network