r By Daryl Tucker
Floyd Miner of the Springville Historical Society will present a lecture on Wednesday, April 27, discussing the century-and-a-half history of the impacts of non-native peoples on the mountain range lands and subsequently designated public lands that surround our communities.rIn the late 1840s, Parley P. Pratt said, “The supply of pasture for grazing animals is without limit in every direction. Millions of people could live in these countries and raise cattle and sheep to any amount.”rThe question to be explored on April 27 may be, “How has that vision actually played out and what have we learned of the realities of our relationship to the land we inhabit?”rThis event promises to provide an interesting and informative discussion and everyone is invited to attend. The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the Springville Museum of Art, 126 E. 400 South, Springville. Admission is free.