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Great Salt Lake Nature Center renamed for Bob Hasenyager
Farmington Bay » Nature center renamed to honor wildlife advocate Bob Hasenyager’s years of service.

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He said he saw more "elbows and backsides" than faces during the weeks and months spent building the nature trails. The workload was shared, Hasenyager said, and his participation couldn’t have happened without support of his wife and children. It is really a "we" that deserves the accolades, he said.

"From my heart, I express my sincere appreciation that this center will be a place where people of all ages can come, young and old," Hasen­yager said as he hoisted 19-month-old grandson Braxton into his arms, "and learn about wildlife, how special it is."

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Where » 1700 W. Glovers Lane (925 South), Farmington

Hours » 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays and some Saturdays; closed Sundays

Admission » Free

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