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National Tribal and Indigenous Climate Conference

Conference website. The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) is excited to host the second Biennial National Tribal and Indigenous Climate Conference (NTICC) which will be offered as a hybrid event to ensure that our relatives from across turtle island can join us whether in-person or virtually.

Post-fire logging in southern Colorado: Changes to post-fire recovery

Webinar recording. Following a wildfire, successful tree regeneration is mediated by multiple factors, from the microsite to landscape scale. This presentation demonstrates the importance of microsite conditions such as soil moisture and temperature in predicting conifer tree establishment. The speakers examined the footprint and behavior of a large 2018 wildfire in southern Colorado to understand…

Understanding and using future projections for trust species

Webinar registration. North American grasslands are a regional priority of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). The South Central CASC, in partnership with the US FWS Science Applications Program, the Northwest CASC, and the North Central CASC, will be implementing a training series for grasslands conservation practitioners starting in May 2022. Through our training…

An Introduction to the Fire Adapted Communities Pathways Tool

Webinar registration. Join FAC Net and Travis Paveglio as they present the new Fire Adapted Communities Pathways Tool. The Fire Adapted Communities Pathways Tool helps users identify a range of fire adaptation practices and resources that research and experience indicate are more likely to work in the places they live. Learn more about the tool…

2022 Natural Areas Conference

Conference website. The 2022 Natural Areas Conference (NAC22) will be in Duluth, Minnesota. Duluth is located on the shore of Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes. The northeast area of Minnesota is renowned for its natural areas, offering boreal and hardwood forest, extensive lakes, bogs and wetlands, as well as savanna and upland…

NW Society for Ecological Restoration Virtual Meeting

Meeting registration. September 14 will be SERNW’s annual member meeting, reimagined as a short virtual conference with regionally relevant presentations on the theme of Reconnecting to Restoration. Call for presentations now open.  

Webinar registration. Ecosystems of the western United States are experiencing vegetation type conversions (VTC) in response to land-use change, climate warming, and their interactive effects with wildland fire. VTC is one of the most pressing management issues in the southwestern US, yet current strategies to intervene and address change often use trial-and-error approaches devised after…

Overview of Sagebrush Conservation Design

Webinar join link. Please join the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Bureau of Land Management, Agricultural Research Service, and The Nature Conservancy on Sept. 22 at 100p MDT for a public webinar to overview the Sagebrush Conservation Design, a framework that is a part of…

Communication strategies for range professionals- Webinar series

Webinar registration. Rangeland professionals know a lot about rangeland ecology and management, but not about marketing, especially online communication. Online communication is here to stay, investing time now to learn more about it will prepare you for the future.

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