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May 2019

Western Chapter International Erosion Control Association Workshop

May 22 @ 7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Visit event website. This workshop is designed to advance your understanding of erosion control practices, from soil to seeds to mulches and blankets. You will learn the methods and materials that lead to successful erosion control on disturbed sites. It will be May 22, 7:30-5 at the City of Industry, southern CA.

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Hot burns, cold burns, and everything in between: Exploring prescribed burning’s impacts on forest structure in the Appalachians

May 29 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join link. In this FLN webinar, Jean Lorber will give a short presentation about new fire monitoring results; this will be followed by case studies of individual burn units, presented by the folks that burned them, to showcase a range of fire intensities and talk about why the units burned the way they did.

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June 2019

North American Prairie Conference

June 2 - June 5
NA Prarie Conf 2019, Houston TX

Visit conference website. The 2019 North American Prairie Conference will be in Houston, TX. It will draw some of the brightest minds in prairie conservation, restoration, education, and communications from Texas, the Southeast, and the Midwest.

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Oregon Prescribed Fire Council Meeting 2019

June 4 - June 5

SAVE THE DATE The Oregon Prescribed Fire Council Annual Meeting is set for June 4-5, 2019 at the Fremont-Winema National Forest Headquarters in Lakeview. Stay tuned for details including an agenda, lodging, and registration information.

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Stockmanship School

June 11 - June 14
Horseman points at cattle

June 11 – 14, 2019, the Stockmanship School will be hosted on the Roaring Springs Ranch in Oregon, and Morgan said the ranch’s landscape will provide fresh cows of different breeds, all sorts of different terrain, and all the possible scenarios to test and challenge these stockmanship methods. This ranch is one of the 11 national BLM Outcome-Based Grazing Demonstration Projects. For more information about this school, contact Dave Voth, dvoth@agri.nv.gov, 775-738-8076.

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High Desert Youth Range Camp

June 19 - June 22

Visit Range Camp webpage. If you will be enrolled in high school by September 2019, have an interest in rangeland, being outdoors, wildlife habitats, livestock, plants, career opportunities in natural resources or just having fun while learning about rangelands then you must apply! Camp will be held at the Northern Great Basin Experimental Range 35 miles west of Burns, OR. This is a spectacular 16,000 acre property where USDA-Agriculture Research Service and Oregon State University scientists conduct cutting edge research…

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12th North American Forest Ecology Workshop

June 23 - June 27
Recently burned mountain shrubland

Visit workshop website. The 12th North American Forest Ecology Workshop (NAFEW) will celebrate 25 years of bringing together diverse stakeholders from across Canada, Mexico, and the United States. It will be June 23-27 at the Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, AZ. Forests on the edge: forest ecology in rapidly changing conditions is the theme for NAFEW 2019, reflecting the growing concern about the condition of all North American forests in a changing world.

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Triple Threat Invasive Grass Symposium and Field Tour 2019

June 25 - June 26
Area featuring cheatgrass dieoff

This event will take place in person in Logan, UT. Save the Date!

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September 2019

8th World Conference on Ecological Restoration

September 24 - September 28

Visit the SER conference website SER2019 in Cape Town, South Africa: WHERE SCIENCE, PRACTICE & POLICY MEET connects researchers, practitioners, policymakers, industry professionals, and students with backgrounds in natural and social sciences, environmental engineering, urban and regional planning, natural resource management, public policy, and more. Conference sessions will foster knowledge sharing and debate around big-picture issues and trends, as well as specific tools, techniques, challenges, and strategies for ecological restoration around the world: The science behind restoration Policy and planning…

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American Fisheries and Wildlife Societies Joint Conference 2019

September 29 - October 3

Visit conference website. The Wildlife Society and American Fisheries Society will come together in Reno, NV for the first-ever joint national conference of these two organizations. The event will likely be the largest gathering of fish and wildlife professionals ever, and will provide unprecedented opportunities for science-sharing and potential collaboration. Individually, these organizations’ conferences ensure your staff stay knowledgeable and up to date on the latest science and management techniques, but combined this can’t-miss event opens doors for the future…

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