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Webinar – Chemical Control of Invasive Weeds: Herbicide Selectivity, Modes of Action, and the Use of Herbicides

May 17, 2023 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm CDT Presented by Dr. Franck Dayan, Professor of Weed Science, College of Agricultural Sciences at Colorado State University. Click here to register: https://naisma.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_mcform&view=ngforms&id=2162836#!/ Speaker bio Dr. Franck Dayan is a Professor of Weed Science in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Colorado State University. He joined […]

Michigan Wetlands Association Webinar: Common Plant Families of Michigan: A beginner’s guide to identification


A two-part webinar presentation on common wetland plant identification! Register for Part 1 and Part 2, separately. Part 1: Morphology, Ferns, Gymnosperms and Monocots Date: May 22, 2023 Time: 3:00 to 4:30 PM ET Online via ZOOM (Registrants will receive Zoom links before the webinars) Free for MWA members REGISTER HERE: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DPTO4vLyQ6-PQZkmlF-eeA#/registration Part 2: Dicots […]

Using molecular genomic tools to investigate genetic diversity and hybridization in Phragmites

The registration for the Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative's next webinar is now open! This will be our last webinar of the 2023 Winter/Spring session and we hope you can join us Tuesday May 23rd from 2:30 -3:30 EST.  Click here to register: https://www.greatlakesphragmites.net/resources/webinars/ We are very excited to have Nic Tippery of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater present: "Using molecular genomic […]

#TSNwebcast | “Growing the Global Stewardship Movement: Lessons from Connecting Australian and U.S. Practitioners”

with guest Travis Anklam (Projects and Education Coordinator, Center for Natural Resources & Environmental Policy at the University of Montana) Worldwide, people are coming together to steward the landscapes that communities depend upon for clean air and water, sustenance, and joy. And yet, many stewardship practitioners continue to struggle alone with the common challenges of […]

MI PFC Quarterly Meeting

Biomass Innovation Center 6005 J Road, Escanaba, MI, United States

MI PFC Quarterly Meeting September 5, 2023 11am-2pm IN-PERSON Location: Biomass Innovation Center 6005 J Road Escanaba, MI, 49829 RSVP for in-person attendance by e-mailing Amy Frye at amy.frye@usda.gov OR ONLINE via MS TEAMS Add event to calendar Apple  Google  Office 365  Outlook  Outlook.com  Yahoo

#TSNwebcast | “Novel detection technology for hemlock woolly adelgid”

with guest Meg Sanders (Plant Pest and Disease Specialist & Forest Pest Regulatory Coordinator at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection) Hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) is an invasive insect threatening hemlock forests throughout eastern North America. Early detection of this pest remains a key focus for management groups to ensure rapid response […]

Webinar – Utilizing Invasive Plants as a Medium for Conservation Artwork

Webinar - Utilizing Invasive Plants as a Medium for Conservation Artwork October 4, 2023 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm CDT Jane Kramer’s projects are created with a conceptual approach and are focused on environmental and social issues. Her ongoing project, Foreshadowing: Endangered and Threatened Plant Species, began upon selection into the Art from the Lakes program […]

#TSNwebcast | “Creating a Network of Old-Growth Forests in Michigan”

with guests Nick Sanchez (Network Manager) and Sarah Adloo (Executive Director) of the Old-Growth Forest Network The Old-Growth Forest Network will explore the status of old-growth in Michigan, discuss the importance of ancient forests for human health, biodiversity and combating climate change, and actions needed to protect and restore future old-growth and connect people to […]

An Overview of Coordinated Marsh Bird Surveys and Research in the Upper Midwest

This Zoom webinar will provide an overview of efforts to coordinate secretive marsh bird surveys in the Upper Midwest over the last 10 to 15 years. Mike Monfils will discuss the standardization of survey methods in North America and the development of regional monitoring goals and research needs; examples of how regional marsh bird data […]

Free for Michigan Wetlands Association Members

#TSNwebcast | “The Great Lakes Piping Plover: Road to Recovery”

with guest Jillian Farkas (Wildlife Biologist, US Fish & Wildlife Service) The Great Lakes Piping Plover was federally listed in 1986, when the population was only at 17 pairs. Since listing, the population has slowly continued to increase as a result of monitoring and protection, predator management, captive rearing, and habitat management efforts by federal, […]

Woodland Stewardship Network Conference

Woodland Stewardship Network Conference Thursday, November 16 · 1 - 4pm EST Link to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/woodland-stewardship-network-conference-november-16th-2023-tickets-689450614347 Join us for a 3-hour webinar to learn about Woodland Stewardship Networks, an approach to advancing forest stewardship and active management among private forest landowners by focusing outreach and assistance to “Networks” of neighboring properties. The Alliance for the […]

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