EVENTS & WEBINARS
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The NV Section of the Society for Range Management will have its winter meeting, Monitoring Nevada's Rangelands, in Winnemucca on November 16 and 17, 2017.
The purpose of the WCC annual meeting is to identify present and emerging forest resource management “issues” of regional and even national significance, and to examine participants’ interest and capacity for addressing problems as a multi‐state approach.
“Be part of the conversation! Join the Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative’s (LCC) Public Forum Jan. 23 – Feb. 6, 2017. You can help shape the landscape-scale conservation work happening in the Great Basin.
The Public Forum is a short-term, interactive website where visitors can learn about the LCC’s recent efforts and provide input on our future work, including:
- Future webinar topics and other opportunities for information sharing
- Rangeland fire prevention, management and restoration
- Expanding resistance and resilience work to forests and woodlands
- Working with tribal partners
- Suggestions for new Steering Committee members
A kick off webinar, Jan. 23 at 10:00 AM (PST), will start the event and introduce the topics of the Forum.
Register now! We encourage people to register even if they are unable to attend the webinar to receive a notification when the Forum is live. Registration is quick, easy and free! Anyone is welcome to join.
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The objective of this meeting is to bring together extension professionals in forestry and related disciplines from the western region and offer a comfortable, low pressure venue for sharing program ideas and potential directions for future collaboration.
DRI, Reno, NV: This forum covers recent and current climate conditions in the Great Basin, and resource management decisions and issues in upcoming months that are affected by climate. The Forum is intended for public and private resource managers and professionals, tribal meMBers, and interested organizations.
This forum was held to advance the next step of conservation for Bi-State Sage-grouse populations and achieve prioritization and implementation of large-scale projects through recently committed funding and collaboration between federal and state agencies, NGOs and private individuals.
Carson City, NV: The Society for Range Management (SRM) Nevada Section will provide an educational forum on how grazing management can be applied to annual and perennial fine fuels while reaching a goal of sustainable desired conditions on these rangelands. Earn 7 CEUs.
The Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative is convening a Science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (STEK) working group to help identify key research and management needs over the next 3-5 years.
This workshop was hosted by the Nevada Section of the Society for Range Management and includes presentations on the P-J mapping and treatment assessment tool, the conservation credit system, fire and mowing in sagebrush ecosystems, tools and applications from the Sagegrouse Initiative Projects, and more.
Nevada Section of the Society for Range Mangement annual winter meeting.
The Great Basin Science Delivery Project and the Nevada Partners for Conservation and Development hosted a two-day workshop, “Vegetation Resilience, the Role of the Perennial Herbaceous Understory, and Intact Sagebrush,” in Winnemucca, NV in May of 2011.
The Great Basin Science Delivery Project in collaboration with the Great Basin Connectivity Working Group hosted a full-day workshop at the University of Nevada, Reno on maintaining connectivity in the region as land use and climate change. A multidisciplinary team of agency and university researchers presented assessments of current connectivity of riparian vegetation and of habitat for animals including Greater Sage-Grouse, and presented projections of connectivity for multiple species of animals and plants under different scenarios of environmental change.