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Schedule of Events

    Natural Resources Management CoP

  • 05/18/21 - Climate Change, Adaptation and Impacts on Forest Bird Recovery
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Maria Janowiak, U.S. Forest Service
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 06/22/21 - Blueprint for Success – How and Where to Focus Bird Conservation
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Bob Ford, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 06/23/21 - HAB Impacts to Drinking Water and Current Management Outlook
    Start: 12:00 CDT
    Other Information: HABs Drinking Water Webinar Series #1
    Series Flyer
    WebEx: Information to be provided

  • 06/30/21 - Source Water Protection in the Watershed
    Start: 12:00 CDT
    Other Information: HABs Drinking Water Webinar Series #2
    Series Flyer
    WebEx: Information to be provided

  • 07/7/21 - Mitigation of Internal Nutrient Loads in Drinking Water Sources
    Start: 12:00 CDT
    Other Information: HABs Drinking Water Webinar Series #3
    Series Flyer
    WebEx: Information to be provided

  • 07/14/21 - Harmful Algae Management
    Start: 12:00 CDT
    Other Information: HABs Drinking Water Webinar Series #4
    Series Flyer
    WebEx: Information to be provided

  • 07/20/21 - The Habitat Matrix - Stepping Down Bird Management from Landscape to Stand
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Jeffery L. Larkin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and American Bird Conservancy
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 07/21/21 - From Intake to Tap
    Start: 12:00 CDT
    Other Information: HABs Drinking Water Webinar Series #5
    Series Flyer
    WebEx: Information to be provided

  • 08/17/21 - Stand Level Management: Desired Forest Conditions, Structure and Composition
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Randy Wilson, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 09/21/21 - Forestry for the Birds
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Amanda Mahaffey, Forest Stewards Guild
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 10/19/21 - Bird-Friendly Forestry on Corporate Lands: Forest Certification Programs
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Darren Sleep, Sustainable Forestry Initiative
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 11/16/21 - Integrating Indigenous and Traditional Practices into Bird-Friendly Forest Management
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Frank Lake, U.S. Forest Service
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 12/14/21 - Using Ecological Forestry to Support Bird Management Objectives
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: Anthony D’Amato, University of Vermont
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 01/18/22 - Effectiveness Monitoring – Evaluating the Effects of Forest Management on Bird Populations
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: John Alexander, Klamath Bird Observatory
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

  • 02/15/22 - The Road to Recovery
    Start: 1:00 EDT
    POC: NBill Uihlein, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    Web Address: https://doilearn2.webex.com/doilearn2/onstage/g.php?PRID=0f3ab43a69b76892344243548e38ee5e
    Other Information: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forest Ecology Working Group (FEWG) and NCTC, working in collaboration with many FWS programs and partners, have developed a 12-part monthly lecture series to address the 50-year decline of 3 billion birds through partnerships, conservation science and forest management. The series tells a compelling story about forest bird population declines, partnership opportunities, and forest management actions that can support bird population recovery and sustainability.

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