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Seed Innovations for Great Basin Landscapes – Webinar Recordings

3/2 – Seed Zones and Adaptive Traits (11 PST/12 MST) – Recording
Setting the landscape for native seed technologies: Balancing the need for wild, adapted native seeds with modifications needed for agricultural production and large-scale seeding – Beth Leger, University of Nevada, Reno
Guiding restoration with seed transfer zones: Concepts and applications – Rob Massatti, USGS

3/3 – Seed Modifications (11 PST/12 MST) – Recording
Application of seed coating technologies for rangeland restoration – Matt Madsen, Brigham Young University
Seed balls and other seed restoration innovations – Elise Gornish, University of Arizona

3/7 – Seed Delivery (*1 PST/2 MST, note the different time) – Recording
Drone seeding technology: A case study – Annabelle Monti, USFS; Maria Mircheva, Sugar Pine Foundation; Lauren Fletcher, Beta-Earth
Robots for microclimate identification and planting – Nichole Barger, TNC

3/9 – Current Perspectives on Seed Technology (11 PST/12 MST) – Recording
Management perspectives: Survey results – Mark Brunson, Utah State University
Managers’ solutions to local seeding challenges: Panel Q&A and discussion – Owen Baughman, TNC; Kevin Gunnell, UDNR; Erik Kriwox, Tony Owens, and Michael McCampbell, BLM


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