Resources

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Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation by David Mifsud from Herpetological Resource and Management

Stewardship Network Clusters and the Michigan Conservation Stewards Program

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation & panel discussion Bindu Bhakta from MSU Extension Oakland County, Shari Dann from MSU Department of Community Sustainability, Monica Day from MSU Extension, and Jason Frenzel from Huron River Watershed Council

(1) Sharing Insights on Invasive Phragmites Management - SPA 2018

Sharing Insights on Invasive Phragmites Management Laura Bourgeau-Chavez, Michigan Tech Research Institute Phyllis Higman, Michigan Natural Features Inventor

Adaptive Management in Hybrid Cattail-Invaded Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation by Brandon Carson from Loyola University Chicago

2017 Massasauga Panel Discussion

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentations from a Panel discussion with Amy Derosier from Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Carrie Tansy from US Fish and Wildlife Service, Keto Gyekis from Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, and Terry Heatlie from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Volunteer Sign-In and Liability Waiver Template

Volunteer Sign-In and Liability Waiver Template

Begin at Home—Practical Methods for Small Restoration Projects on a Shoestring Budget - SPA 2018

Begin at Home—Practical Methods for Small Restoration Projects on a Shoestring Budget Sarah Pregitzer, Newaygo Invasive Plant Project Randy Butters, Muskegon River Watershed Assembly

Collective Impact: The Power of Collaborating with The Stewardship Network - SPA 2018

Collective Impact: The Power of Collaborating with The Stewardship Network Lisa Brush, The Stewardship Network Rachel Muelle, The Stewardship Network

Why Moccasins?

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation by Marsha Reeves from MinOde Makazinankejig (The Good Heart Moccasin Society)

Wildlife and Human Responses to Restoration of an Urban Degraded Landscape: "Build it and They Will Come"

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation by Maegan Stapleton and David Mifsud from Herpetological Resource and Management

Fostering Environmental Awareness through Outreach and Education - SPA 2018

Fostering Environmental Awareness through Outreach and Education Taylor Brook, Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe

Natural Systems Restoration – Enhancing the Urban Experience

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation by Andrew McDowell and Neal Billetdeaux from SmithGroupJJR

What will it take? Award-Winning Solution to Reduce Nutrient Loads to Rivers, Lakes & Streams

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation by Amy Gilhouse from Lenawee Conservation District and Monica Day from Michigan State University Extension

The Art of Opening Oaks - SPA 2018

The Art of Opening Oaks Colleen Perria, Iron Creek Properties Jeremy Siegrist, Iron Creek Properties

Hardy Kiwi (Actinidia arguta) Control Project at Kennedy Park and Pleasant Valley Sanctuary, Lenox, Massachusetts

2017 Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference presentation by Jessica Toro

Practical Approaches to Collaborative Forest Management through the Tribal Forest Protection Act - SPA 2018

Practical Approaches to Collaborative Forest Management through the Tribal Forest Protection Act Stephanie Lucero, Center for Collaborative Policy Sonia Tamez, U.S. Forest Service (ret.)

The Ecological Role of Sound and Why It Matters to Conservation - SPA 2018

The Ecological Role of Sound and Why It Matters to Conservation Stuart H Gage, Michigan State University

From Seeds to Service-Learning: Using a Riparian Restoration as a Learning Tool - SPA 2018

From Seeds to Service-Learning: Using a Riparian Restoration as a Learning Tool Rebecca Penny Humphrey, Aquinas College

Agricultural Field Restoration - SPA 2018

Agricultural Field Restoration – A Direct Seeding Approach on Pelee Island Jill Crosthwaite Coordinator, Conservation Biology, Southwestern Ontario The Nature Conservancy of Canada

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