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Successful vegetation management practices in the sagebrush-steppe

Learn more from the overview webinar. Access training modules. This learning series responds to Section 7.b.iii, Action Item #5 within the Fuels section of the 2015 Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy, which...

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Online Fire and Natural Resources Courses from the University of Idaho

Please visit the UI website for details about dates and timing. The University of Idaho (UI) offers a variety of online fire and natural resources courses with Great Basin content.  These courses...

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FireWorks Master Class

Fire Works Master Class Flyer. FireWorks is an educational program about the science of wildland fire, designed for students in grades K-12. Educator workshops are offered each year to teach educators, community...

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Communications for Conservation – Online Courses

Visit Colorado State University (CSU) course overview  The online Graduate Certificate in Communications for Conservation at Colorado State University offers conservation practitioners and communicators a holistic program for learning ideas, skills, and...

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Successful vegetation management practices in the sagebrush-steppe

Learn more from the overview webinar. Access training modules. This learning series responds to Section 7.b.iii, Action Item #5 within the Fuels section of the 2015 Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy, which...

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Online Grazing Management Courses

Access short course. This open-access short course provides fundamental information on rangeland ecology and management. It is hosted by the University of California Rangelands Research & Education Archive and is of interest...

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Ecophysiology (UI Course, REM 560)

Course Description: Functional responses and adaptations of individual species to their environment, emphasizing the physiological mechanisms that influence the interactions between organisms and the major environmental factors (e.g., solar radiation, energy balance,...

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Ecology (UI Course NR 321)

Course Description: Fundamental principles of the science of ecology. Major topics covered by the course include the physical environment, how organisms interact with each other and their environment, evolutionary processes, population dynamics,...

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Interpreting climate change – Self-study modules

Access learning modules. On this National Park Service learning site you will find a variety of ways to hone your knowledge and skills for interpreting climate change. The modules are designed for...

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