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December 2020

Wind Wildlife Research Virtual Meeting

December 1 - December 4
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Visit the event website. The biennial National Wind Coordinating Collaborative (NWCC) Wind Wildlife Research Meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers and stakeholders to share and engage on the latest science focused on better understanding the risk of wind energy to wildlife and developing solutions to avoid, minimize, and offset impacts. The meeting also brings together thought leaders to discuss priority topics and themes in the wind-wildlife arena. This year’s all virtual meeting has live sessions Dec. 1-4 and…

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Exploring CA climate change connections

December 2 - December 3
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Workshop registration Please join us in a virtual workshop to explore the latest scientific evidence for the interconnectedness of climate change and its impacts. CalEPA's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment is convening this workshop, which will feature presentations from leading researchers and representatives of tribes and community organizations. Workshop participants will be provided with an opportunity through an online communication platform to submit questions and comments throughout the workshop. The goals of the workshop are: To better understand how…

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Plant community responses to post-fire restoration and addressing seed needs

December 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST
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Webinar registration. Description: Learn about three years of post-treatment plant community and soil erosion data following the 2012 High Park Fire Review challenges and opportunities in post-fire revegetation/restoration Discuss a collaborative strategic seed reserve on the Front Range can address key revegetation challenges and concerns following wildfire Presenters: John Giordanengo, Board President, Southern Rockies Seed Network and Owner, Aloterra Restoration Services; Ashley Bruner, Program Director, Southern Rockies Seed Network

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Vegetation management – invasive species, native seeds, and grasses in sagebrush steppe

December 3 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am PST
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Webinar registration. Disturbance events, such as overgrazing and the catastrophic fires, in our shrub steppe landscape can kick-start a negative feedback loop with invasion of noxious weeds. These invasive species can have a direct effect on services and ecological benefits provided by the shrug steppe landscape. Learn what we can do to minimize the spread of invasive plant species and how native seeds and grasses can be used to restore this brittle system.

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Post-fire water quality impacts and mitigation

December 3 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm PST

Webinar registration. Description: What does current science and experience tell us about the near and long-term impacts of fire on water quality and how to recover? Presenters: Christina Burri - Watershed Scientist, Denver Water; Monica Emelko - Drinking Water Treatment Engineer, Professor & Canada Research Chair in Water Science, Technology & Policy; Chuck Rhoades - Watershed Scientist, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station.  

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Invasive Annual Grass Workshop

December 14 - December 15
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Invasive annual grasses threaten millions of acres of sagebrush rangelands across the west. This two day workshop hosted by the Harney County Wildfire Collaborative and Oregon SageCon Partnership will explore the barriers and opportunities for addressing invasive annual grasses in Oregon and beyond the state. In this workshop some of the most pressing issues related to invasive annual grass management will be discussed, including the connection between invasive annual grasses and wildfire and what can be done to better address…

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Using fire seasonality to open the burn window

December 17 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am PST
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Webinar registration. How can we use science-based reasoning to support burning outside of the dormant season?

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Engaging communities in fire adaptation in the sagebrush steppe

December 17 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am PST
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Webinar registration. A diverse group of panelists have been brought together to highlight a variety of engagement strategies in diverse communities. Caty Johnson from Nuestra Casa, Jerry McAdams from the Boise Fire Department, Jon Riley from Chelan County Fire District 1, and Kirsten Cook from Okanogan Conservation District will share their approaches, successes, and strategies for stirring up action.

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January 2021

Western Assoc of Fish and Wildlife Agencies: Mid-Winter Meeting

January 5, 2021 - January 8, 2021
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Meeting registration. The 2021 WAFWA mid-winter meeting will be held virtually.

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Rural Voices for Conservation Coalition 17th Annual Meeting

January 14, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm PST
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Learn more and register. In acknowledgement of this unique year, RVCC is adapting our approach to the 2021 Annual Meeting. We hope to generate the connection and inspiration you’ve come to expect from our in-person conference through ongoing virtual engagement, along with two high-impact virtual panel discussions. Registration for our Annual Meeting panels is open, and it's free. Additional announcements will follow in the coming weeks, including panel speakers, agenda, and opportunities for additional engagement.

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