Past events

February 23, 2017
2:00pm to 3:00pm
EST

Do you want to engage and educate the public about the value of your Waystation and pollinator gardens? Interpretive and educational signage is very valuable in communicating the importance of why it is important to create monarch and other pollinator habitat, but the task of designing, creating, and installing attractive and durable outdoor signs is daunting for many. This webinar will provide valuable information on how to design and create outdoor signs.

February 22, 2017
2:00pm to 3:00pm
EST

Bonnie Keeler

Learn about ongoing Natural Capital Project assessments in Iowa and Minnesota aimed at informing the targeting of restoration and best management practices in agricultural landscapes. Explore why mapping the location and preferences of beneficiaries of various ecosystems services changes how lands are targeted for restoration.

Craig Miller

February 22, 2017
10:00am to 11:00am
MST

The American West is now the fastest growing region in the United States and faces serious water challenges related to climate variability and competing demands. As the largest supplier and manager of water in the 17 Western States, the Bureau of Reclamation has a responsibility to work with stakeholders to ensure sustainable water supplies for multiple uses into the future.

February 22, 2017
11:30am to 12:30pm
EST

The UW-Madison Arboretum’s Curtis Prairie, named for renowned UW-Madison botanist John Curtis, is often regarded as the world’s oldest restored prairie. With restoration efforts commencing in 1935, Curtis Prairie’s rich history has been shaped by surrounding land-use change, an influx of disturbances, scientific research, and the restoration process itself.

February 21, 2017 8:00am AKST to February 23, 2017 5:00pm AKST
Anchorage, AK
United States

ITEP offers training to tribal environmental professionals to build their capacity to address climate change issues. The courses are taught by instructional teams that include staff from ITEP, federal agencies, universities, and/or organizations, and most importantly, the tribes themselves, who share their expertise and experience.

February 21, 2017 8:00am PST to February 23, 2017 5:00pm PST
University of Nevada Reno
Reno, NV
United States

The 2017 theme for the conference is “Charting a Course for Rangeland Science in the Sagebrush Biome.” This year’s program will have participants learn about and contribute to the implementation of the Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy Actionable Science Plan.

February 16, 2017
1:00pm to 5:00pm
PST
Lakeview Interagency Office & Elks Lodge
Lakeview, OR
United States

A Sage-Steppe Tools Workshop will be held immediately following the Northwest Basin & Range Ecosystem Symposium. The workshop is hosted by the Conservation Biology Institute and the Bureau of Land Management.

February 16, 2017
2:00pm to 3:00pm
EST

The Tallgrass Prairie Center will present on the latest research and recommendations for prairie habitat seed mix design. Winter is an excellent time to consider seed mixes for upcoming restoration projects, and you can find out what you need to consider when designing and choosing a seed mix for pollinators and monarchs in the prairie.

February 16, 2017
11:00am to 12:00pm
PST

A webinar hosted by the California Fire Science Consortium will focus on a four-step approach to integrating wildfire planning for the wildland-urban interface (WUI) through a variety of planning and implementation processes that work across departments within local governments. This conceptual framework will be discussed Feb. 16 at 11:00 AM (PST).

February 16, 2017
10:00am to 11:00am
EST

Presenters: John Tirpak, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and James Cronin and Blair Tirpak, U.S. Geological Survey