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You can customize your learning with a selection of webinars and videos about landscape conservation and working lands. View the videos you want – on your own schedule.

WLFW East Region Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 10 How to Do a Pollinator Outreach Event

WLFW East Region Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 10 How to Do a Pollinator Outreach Event

Session 10 of the WLFW East Region Pollinator Conservation Webinar series was presented by Catherine Beall, South Dakota’s Monarch and Pollinator Coordinating Wildlife Biologist. This session focuses on how to host a pollinator outreach event and is the first session on “pollinator outreach” in the series. Topics covered include the first steps to consider when organizing an event, assembling an agenda, how to advertise, how to prepare the week of the event, things to consider on the day of the event, and follow-up after the event.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 9 Pollinators & Forestland-Underappreciated  Pollinator Habitat

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 9 Pollinators & Forestland-Underappreciated Pollinator Habitat

Session 9 of the WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Kass Urban-Mead, Pollinator Conservation Specialist for the Xerces Society and a Partner Biologist with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. This session focuses on the relationship of pollinators and forestland. Topics covered include an introduction to bee diversity and forest habitats, how bees and other pollinators use the woods, and forest health and pollinators.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Series: Session # 8 Pollinators and Livestock Grazing

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Series: Session # 8 Pollinators and Livestock Grazing

Session 8 of WLFW East Region Conservation Webinar series, presented by Jason Jones and Katrina Sims, Grassland and Grazing Coordinators in Ohio and Arkansas, respectively. This session focuses on grazing livestock with consideration of pollinators. This is the third of three sessions on “pollinator habitat” in the series. Topics covered include benefits of native grassland restoration, native grazing considerations for conservation planning, pasture conversion and establishment, and grazing strategies.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 7 Do I Need a Pollinator Seed Mix and How to Build One

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 7 Do I Need a Pollinator Seed Mix and How to Build One

Session 7 of WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Kelly Gill, Pollinator Conservation Specialist for the Xerces Society and a Partner Biologist with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. This session focuses on building seed mixes designed for pollinators and is the second of three sessions on “pollinator habitat” in the series. Topics covered include recognizing whether a seed mix is needed, various seed mix options through NRCS, and specific information needed to build a seed mix such as habitat design and species selection.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Series: Session #6 Planning & Establishing Pollinator Habitat

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Series: Session #6 Planning & Establishing Pollinator Habitat

Session 6 of WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Celia Vuocolo, WLFW Pollinator Coordinator-East with Quail Forever & USDA-NRCS. Topics covered include a step by step process for planning and establishing pollinator habitat, including site selection, options for restoration and Farm Bill programs planning process.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Series: Session #5 SWAP & Listed Species in the Southeast

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Series: Session #5 SWAP & Listed Species in the Southeast

Session 5 of WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Celia Vuocolo, WLFW Pollinator Coordinator-East with Quail Forever & USDA-NRCS. Topics covered include an overview of a selection of State Wildlife Action Plan SGCNs and federal/state listed pollinator species. Conservation planning strategies for planners and biologists.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 4 Monarch in the Southeast

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session # 4 Monarch in the Southeast

Session 4 of WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Dr. Ray Moranz, Grazing Lands Pollinator Ecologist for the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. This session focuses on the Monarch butterfly in the Southeast, and is the second of three sessions on “pollinator species of conservation concern” in the series. Topics covered include Monarch life history, conservation threats & status, management considerations and Southeast region plants species that support Monarchs.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session #3 Bumble Bees in the Southeast

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session #3 Bumble Bees in the Southeast

Session 3 of WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Celia Vuocolo, WLFW Pollinator Coordinator-East with Quail Forever & USDA-NRCS. This session focuses on Bumble Bees in the Southeast, and will be the first of three sessions on “pollinator species of conservation concern” in the series. Topics covered include bumble bee life history, conservation threats & status, species found in the southeast, management considerations and plants for supporting bumble bees.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session #2 Who are the Southeast Region’s Pollinators?

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session #2 Who are the Southeast Region’s Pollinators?

Session 2 of WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Celia Vuocolo, WLFW Pollinator Coordinator-East with Quail Forever & USDA-NRCS. In the second session of the series, topics covered include an overview of pollinator communities in the Southeast, six native been families in the US, other major pollinator groups and some fundamental planning considerations and recommendations.

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WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session #1 Pollination Biology

WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar Series: Session #1 Pollination Biology

Session 1 of WLFW Pollinator Conservation Webinar series, presented by Celia Vuocolo, WLFW Pollinator Coordinator-East with Quail Forever & USDA-NRCS. In this first session of the series, topics covered include threats to pollinators, plant pollination strategies, pollinator foraging behaviors, and a quick overview of bees of conservation concern.

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Grazing Gone Native

Grazing Gone Native

Producer Drexel Atkisson talks about role of NWSFs in his grazing system in dealing with drought.

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10,000th Hellbender Released Into the Wild

10,000th Hellbender Released Into the Wild

HELLBENDER HISTORY -- the 10,000th hellbender was recently released into an Ozark river in an effort to support a declining population for the endangered species. The Saint Louis Zoo, MDC and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have partnered together for nearly 20 years during this effort. Learn more in this short video.

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Incorporating the Benefits of Natural and Working Lands in Conservation Planning

Incorporating the Benefits of Natural and Working Lands in Conservation Planning

Katie Warnell, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University, gave this seminar March 22, 2022, as part of our Spring virtual science seminar series highlighting SE CASC funded projects supporting resource management actions across the Southeast.

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WLFW Northern bobwhite, Grasslands, and Savannas Framework - Partners’ webinar 3/2/2022

WLFW Northern bobwhite, Grasslands, and Savannas Framework - Partners’ webinar 3/2/2022

On March 2, 2022 Bridgett Costanzo of NRCS's Working Lands for Wildlife and Jessica McGuire of QF presented on the WLFW framework for NOBO, grasslands and savannas. Ms. Costanzo presented on the content of the new framework document, the priority areas and conservation practice goals set by the 24 NRCS state offices, and responses received from the needs assessment survey. Ms. McGuire presented on staffing and monitoring plans associated with launching this framework.

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Northern Bobwhite Grasslands and Savannas Framework

Northern Bobwhite Grasslands and Savannas Framework

Presented by Bridgett Costanzo, NRCS Working Lands for Wildlife regional coordinator.

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Grazing Management Minute: Establishing Native Warm Season Grasses

Grazing Management Minute: Establishing Native Warm Season Grasses

In ODA's latest Grazing Management Minute, join Quail Forever's Jason Jones and Clinton County farmer Nathan Rice to learn more about establishing native warm season grasses.

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Reconnecting Cattle and Quail

Reconnecting Cattle and Quail

Learn about the Working Lands for Wildlife program and work in Ohio between USDA-NRCS and local farmers and ranchers. Grazing cattle on warm season, native grasses is great for cattle as well as critical species like the Northern Bobwhite Quail. Video for landowners and cattle producers. Presented by Nick Schell (USDA-NRCS Ohio) and Dr. Pat Keyser (UT - Center for Native Grasslands Management) at the Ohio Forage and Grassland Council Conference in 2017.

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Tractors and accidents

Tractors and accidents

From seasonal discing to cutting fire breaks to planting or spraying, a tractor is a staple in bobwhite habitat management. Marion Barnes talks about how to keep this big piece of metal from injuring you.

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What exactly is the SC Bobwhite Initiative?

What exactly is the SC Bobwhite Initiative?

SCDNR biologist Breck Carmichael talks about the history of the SCBI, what it does and how it is working to bring back the whistle in South Carolina.

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Cost Share Programs for landowners

Cost Share Programs for landowners

Creating bobwhite habitat doesn't have to be expensive. SCDNR biologist Andy Krieg explains the ins and outs of a few cost share programs that are available to help you fund improvements on your property.

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