Join Herrera from June 4-7th in Boise, Idaho for the American Society of Reclamation Sciences (ASRS) 40th Annual Meeting. This conference brings together reclamation professionals to discuss research, technical, and regulatory issues associated with land and water reclamation at disturbed sites. Attendees can participate in presentations, field tours, and open discussions on a variety of topics related to reclamation, rehabilitation, remediation, and restoration across the U.S. and abroad.
On June 6th from 9:30-10am, Herrera engineers Mark Gentry and Taylor Cross present on Progress Toward Restoring Native Vegetation in Northwest Montana and Central Wyoming. This presentation will provide insight into Herrera’s ongoing reclamation and remediation projects at Troy Mine in Lincoln County, Montana and Shirley Basin 400 Pile located in Carbon County, Wyoming.
More information on this event can be found here.