TSN Events Calendar

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February Community Voices ft. Ann Arbor for Public Power

Register here: https://www.miclimateaction.org/february_community_voices_20240222 February Community Voices ft. Ann Arbor for Public Power This month, MiCAN is joined by Ann Arbor for Public Power (A2P2) for our February edition of the Community Voices Series. The Community Voices Series is a virtual convening drawing diverse participants from the network to amplify local climate work, connect members and groups, and support each other's actions. MiCAN rotates the content […]

Learn to Monitor & Protect Vernal Pools

This virtual training (via Zoom) will provide information and resources to those interested in participating in the Michigan Vernal Pool Patrol or just interested in learning more about these important wetlands. The training will consist of three parts/sessions presented on Wednesday evenings, March 6, 13, and 20 from 6:00-8:00 pm EST. If you are interested […]

#TSNwebcast | “Returning the Wild to the Wilderness: Loss, Legacy, and New Opportunity”

with guest Thomas Keller (Furbearer Biologist, Pennsylvania Game Commission) Gone for 120 years, the American marten was a common native species to Pennsylvania. This presentation will take a look at what happened to the marten and other species that were extirpated within the state, then focus on determining the feasibility of a reintroduction and what that […]

Learn to Monitor & Protect Vernal Pools

This virtual training (via Zoom) will provide information and resources to those interested in participating in the Michigan Vernal Pool Patrol or just interested in learning more about these important wetlands. The training will consist of three parts/sessions presented on Wednesday evenings, March 6, 13, and 20 from 6:00-8:00 pm EST. If you are interested […]

Webinar: Wetland Exemptions Overview

Kate Kirkpatrick, EGLE’s Wetlands Policy Analyst, will provide an overview of the wetland exemptions under Section 30305 of Part 303, Wetlands Protection, of Michigan’s Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451 (NREPA).

Robin Wall Kimmerer, “Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants”

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Reeve Memorial Union 748 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI, United States

Register: https://wildones.org/rwk-event/ Join Wild Ones and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformations and the Inter-Tribal Student Council on Tuesday, March 19 as we present: “Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants” with celebrated ecologist, educator and author Robin Wall Kimmerer. Robin Wall Kimmerer will be discussing “Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and […]

Learn to Monitor & Protect Vernal Pools

This virtual training (via Zoom) will provide information and resources to those interested in participating in the Michigan Vernal Pool Patrol or just interested in learning more about these important wetlands. The training will consist of three parts/sessions presented on Wednesday evenings, March 6, 13, and 20 from 6:00-8:00 pm EST. If you are interested […]

Water Rangers General Training – Michigan

The Socially Responsible Agriculture Project (SRAP) Water Rangers Program is hosting a free virtual water monitoring training for Michigan on Thursday, March 21, 2024 from 6:30pm - 8pm EDT. Attendees will learn about the adverse impacts of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in Michigan and how to monitor water for pollution caused by industrial livestock operations. The […]

Seventh Annual Keweenaw Native Plant Symposium

Seventh Annual Keweenaw Native Plant Symposium 9 a.m.–Noon Saturday, March 23 on Zoom This year, the symposium is delighted to offer a special presentation by award-winning author, naturalist, and media personality David Mizejewski. We're also excited to host two Michigan experts. The schedule is below. 9 a.m.: Michigan Technological University research professor Sigrid Resh will […]

Bridge Lunch Break to discuss Michigan’s warming winters

Bridge Michigan invites readers to a free Zoom discussion from noon to 1 p.m. on March 28 about Michigan’s disappearing winters. Warming winters are not only affecting the environment, but changing how Michigan lives, our hobbies and traditions. As temperatures continue to rise, Michiganders are adjusting to these new weather conditions. Guest panelists will include […]

Earth Month edition of Community Voices (Virtual)

MiCAN will be joined by Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice (DWEJ) for our Earth Month edition of the Community Voices Series. The Community Voices Series is a virtual convening drawing diverse participants from the network to amplify local climate work, connect members and groups, and support each other's actions. MiCAN rotates the content and geographical area of focus to allow the audience to learn from […]

#TSNwebcast | “Climate Change, Michigan, and the Bigger Picture”

with guest Jeff Masters (Writer, Yale Climate Connections) Climate change has already caused huge changes to weather patterns in the Great Lakes and worldwide, strongly impacting ecosystems and challenging human infrastructure that was built for the less extreme climate of the 20th century. Climate change impacts will accelerate in the coming years, and the weather will grow […]

Phosphorus Management and Water Quality webinar

Managing phosphorus to both meet crop needs and reduce P loss from agricultural fields is critical to managing water resources. This edition of The Current will focus on P management and water quality - the latest research on P transport modeling, and a review of ag BMPs and their efficacy for reducing P loss.   […]

Botanical Names Demystified

Botanical Names Demystified with Chris Benda, aka the Illinois Botanizer When: Apr 10, 2024 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. (with Q&A) Format: online via Zoom * Free & Open to the Public * “The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their rightful names.” Botanists communicate about plants using scientific names, but they are often difficult to spell […]

Rain Gardens: Improving Water Quality, One Garden at a Time Webinar

This webinar will cover the basics of what a rain garden is, reasons to build one, and how to get started with planning, designing and building. Participants will learn about the many Michigan native plants that do well in rain gardens. Program presented by Rachel Leonard, Outreach Assistant for the Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner’s […]

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