Great Salt Lake Region, Alternative Futures
Final Report: Utah State University
Utah State University
The field of Bioregional Planning is a relatively new approach to the study and management of land and the built environment. It addresses natural resources, human systems, environmental conditions, hazards, threats, and opportunities as they relate to public health, safety, and welfare on a regional scale. The Master’s program at Utah State University integrates the fields of Economics, Planning, Sociology, Political Science, Landscape Ecology, and Natural Resources in order to address the multifaceted threats facing communities, ecosystems, and economies within an interdisciplinary graduate program.
GREAT SALT LAKE REGION, ALTERNATIVE FUTURES. Project coordinators: R. E. Toth, T.C. Edwards, R. J. Lillieholm. Study Team: L. Bohn, J. Chase, A. Felker-Hay, C. Peterson, D. Willers, T. Williams. Final Report No. 2004-1. Department of Environment and Society, Utah State Univesrsity, Logan, UT 84322. 2003-04.