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Eastern redcedar burning tips

Eastern redcedar burning tips

Landowners and forest managers are welcomed to learn about how to clear and Eastern redcedar and maintain their lands and forests with prescribed burns.

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The Importance of Regular Prescribed Burning

The Importance of Regular Prescribed Burning

Landowners and producers are welcomed to learn about the importance of regular prescribed burning. View property that was recently burned and how this treatment helps manage the land.

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Managing Burns Safely

Managing Burns Safely

Tips for landowners and producers on how to burn their pasture safely and efficiently in the spring. Brought to you by John Weir at Oklahoma State University.

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The benefits of prescribed burns in growing season

The benefits of prescribed burns in growing season

Fire Ecologist John Weir describes the benefits of prescribed burns during the livestock grass growing season.

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Prescribed burning in wooded areas

Prescribed burning in wooded areas

John Weir from the Oklahoma State University explains the value of prescribed burning in oak forests -- and describes the differences in burning needs that exist between Eastern and Western Oklahoma.

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The Benefits of Opening Forest Canopies

The Benefits of Opening Forest Canopies

Learn about the benefits of creating open canopy in oak forested areas -- for livestock, aesthetics, and wildlife -- with Dwayne Elmore from the Oklahoma State University Extension.

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Voices of African American Forestry

Voices of African American Forestry

This short video captures the insights and reflections on past and present issues as well as the future aspirations for African American forestry and land retention. Featuring interviews with African American forest owners in the Southeastern Black Belt who are part of the Sustainable Forestry and African American Land Retention Network (SFLR).

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The Value of Land

The Value of Land

This video shares the stories of low-wealth heirs’ property owners in the South -- and how they are being served by The Center for Heirs' Property to protect rural, family-owned land.

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America's Forests in South Carolina - Sustainable Forestry and African American Land Retention Network

America's Forests in South Carolina - Sustainable Forestry and African American Land Retention Network

This episode of America's Forests with Chuck Leavell in South Carolina features African American landowners and foresters and The Sustainable Forestry and African American Land Retention Network, a program of the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities.

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Introducing Habitat Restoration for Black Duck

Introducing Habitat Restoration for Black Duck

An intro video for landowners, farmers, and others to learn about ways to increase habitat for the American Black Duck in partnership with NRCS and the Delaware Conservation Partnership

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More Quail Per Bale: Precision Conservation for a More Sustainable Future

More Quail Per Bale: Precision Conservation for a More Sustainable Future

How farming and quail management can be compatible on working lands.

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Regenerative Agriculture: No-Till Farming

Regenerative Agriculture: No-Till Farming

Gabe Brown, legendary Rancher from Bismarck, North Dakota, discusses how Regenerative Agriculture is a solution to local and global challenges.

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SFE Lessons Learned from Learn-n-Burn Events

SFE Lessons Learned from Learn-n-Burn Events

"Learn and Burn" workshops are an excellent way for private landowners and others to gain hands-on burning experience and knowledge from expert mentors. This webinar will provide some lessons learned from coordinating these events, and tips to putting one on in the future. Participants will be provided with a template checklist, examples of past agendas, ideas for potential partners and funding opportunities, suggestions on how to measure program impact, and successes from past events.

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Timber Management and Prescribed Fire

Timber Management and Prescribed Fire

Joe Marschall (Oak Woodlands and Forests Fire Science Consortium) moderates a panel of fire professionals and timber management specialists to discuss results from research and personal experience of combining prescribed fire with timber management.

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Fire and a Changing Climate - Fueling Collaboration

Fire and a Changing Climate - Fueling Collaboration

Webinar from the Fueling Collaboration Series. Jenifer Bunty (Consortium of Appalachian Fire Managers & Scientists/Clemson University) moderates a panel of fire professionals and climate change specialists. They discuss how to incorporate climate change predictions/models into forest and fire management and give updates on the latest fire science and climate change research.

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Winter Grazing - a Better Way to Feed

Winter Grazing - a Better Way to Feed

In this video, three livestock producers describe how extending the grazing season with winter grasses has saved them time and money, while also improving the environment; and they demonstrate the methods they used to achieve these savings. Sponsored by the NRCS - East National Technology Support Center.

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Living Soil Film

Living Soil Film

Our soils support 95 percent of all food production, and by 2060, our soils will be asked to give us as much food as we have consumed in the last 500 years. 60-minute documentary featuring innovative farmers and soil health experts from across the nation. The societal and environmental costs of soil loss and degradation in the U.S. are now estimated to be as high as $85 billion every single year. It’s time we changed everything we thought we knew about soil.

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Video: Welcome to the Landscape Partnership

Video: Welcome to the Landscape Partnership

A video introduction to the Landscape Partnership Portal

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Lucas Furman: The Longleaf Alliance & SE Fire Map

Lucas Furman: The Longleaf Alliance & SE Fire Map

Lucas Furman is the GIS Coordinator at the Longleaf Alliance; in this role he also serves as a project liaison for the Southeast Fire Map. He shares about the importance of collaboration across stakeholder groups to develop good planning tools and serve all actors in a landscape.

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SFE Webinar: Introduction to the SE FireMap - A New Tool to Map Fires Across the South

SFE Webinar: Introduction to the SE FireMap - A New Tool to Map Fires Across the South

The SE FireMap is a new fire mapping system for the Southeastern United States. Developed with funding provided by the USDA NRCS, SE FireMap uses a remote sensing-based approach to track both prescribed fire and wildfire activity on public and private lands across the range of the longleaf pine. SE FireMap is being developed as a critical decision support tool to maximize the effectiveness of fire management practices across boundaries, ecosystems, and jurisdictions. This webinar will introduce the SE FireMap, describe the source of the fire data, and explore the current opportunities to use the system. Following the presentations there was time for audience Q/A with the speakers.

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Forage for Beef and Bobs

Forage for Beef and Bobs

Learn about the benefits of native grasses for beef cattle production and wildlife in Virginia. This short video (4 min) is especially relevant for beef producers and farmers. Brought to you NRCS Virginia.

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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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Virtual tour: Native Warm Season Grass Grazing

Virtual tour: Native Warm Season Grass Grazing

Join a tour of pasture lands that use native warm season grasses to provide good grazing for livestock and invaluable habitat, food, and shelter for native wildlife. The video highlights the benefits of different native grasses and how quickly these grasses can benefit working lands. Developed and provided by Ohio NRCS, Ohio State University Extension, the Madison Soil and Water Conservation District, and Quail/Pheasants Forever. Released September 2020.

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Finding and Using Landowner Data - TELE Webinar

Finding and Using Landowner Data - TELE Webinar

TELE (Tools for Engaging Landowners Effectively) shares insights on how practitioners can build upon and use landowner data to meet their needs and yours.

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Planning Your Landowner Engagement Strategy to Reach Your Big Goals (Part II)

Planning Your Landowner Engagement Strategy to Reach Your Big Goals (Part II)

Part II of a webinar series hosted by TELE - Tools for Engaging Landowners Effectively

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Planning Your Landowner Engagement Strategy to Reach Your Big Goals (Part I)

Planning Your Landowner Engagement Strategy to Reach Your Big Goals (Part I)

Part 1 of a webinar series from TELE - Tools for Engaging Landowners Effectively

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Partnerships on Working Lands

Partnerships on Working Lands

Across the West, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is working with ranchers, federal and state partners, and other non-profit organizations to support conservation on working lands.

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Producer Adoption of Native Grass Forages

Producer Adoption of Native Grass Forages

Pat Keyser (Center for Native Grasslands, University of Tennessee) describes opportunities for practitioners to better partner with livestock producers to adopt native grass forages and advance working lands conservation. What is good for the cows is good for native species too. This webinar was presented as part of the Mississippi Flyway Summit in September 2020.

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Fire in Wetlands: Fire Ecology and Prescribed Fire Tactics

Fire in Wetlands: Fire Ecology and Prescribed Fire Tactics

The following webinar provides insight on prescribed fire tactics in wetland ecosystems. Developed by the Southern Fire Exchange, the Ocala National Forest and the University of Florida.

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Q&A Session: Bridgett Costanzo, Dr. Jessica McGuire & Dr. James Martin

Q&A Session: Bridgett Costanzo, Dr. Jessica McGuire & Dr. James Martin

Question & Answer session at the end of the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas Partnership Meeting. February 24th, 2021.

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Perspectives & Tips on Field Delivery of WLFW-NOBO: Dr. Jessica McGuire

Perspectives & Tips on Field Delivery of WLFW-NOBO: Dr. Jessica McGuire

Dr. Jessica McGuire presenting at the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grassland and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. February 24th, 2021. Jessica is the Quail Forever National Coordinator for WLFW NOBO.

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Northern Bobwhite Trends and Landscape Needs: Dr. James Martin

Northern Bobwhite Trends and Landscape Needs: Dr. James Martin

Dr. James Martin speaking at the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. February 24, 2021. James is an Associate Professor at the University of Georgia.

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Progress, Goal-Setting Spreadsheet, & Next Steps: Bridgett Costanzo

Progress, Goal-Setting Spreadsheet, & Next Steps: Bridgett Costanzo

Bridgett Costanzo presenting at the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. February 24, 2021. Bridgett is the Regional Coordinator for WLFW, NRCS

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Forest Certification and Quail Conservation: What’s the Intersection?: Paul Trianosky

Forest Certification and Quail Conservation: What’s the Intersection?: Paul Trianosky

Paul Trianosky speaking at the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. February 23, 2021. Paul is the Chief Conservation Officer at Sustainable Forestry Initiative.

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Partnerships Help Profitability, Sustainability in Cotton Farming: Dr. Jesse Daystar

Partnerships Help Profitability, Sustainability in Cotton Farming: Dr. Jesse Daystar

Dr. Jesse Daystar speaks at the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. February 23, 2021. Jesse is the Chief Sustainability Officer at Cotton Incorporated.

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Partnerships in Conservation: Linking economics and wildlife habitat in on-farm program delivery: Kira Everhart-Valentine

Partnerships in Conservation: Linking economics and wildlife habitat in on-farm program delivery: Kira Everhart-Valentine

Kira Everhart-Valentine speaking at the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas Partnership Meeting. February 23, 2021. Kira is the Sustainability Director of the United Sorghum Checkoff Program.

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WLFW Field Perspective: J.B. Daniel

WLFW Field Perspective: J.B. Daniel

J.B. Daniel presenting at the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. February 23, 2021. J.B. is a grazing specialist with NRCS.

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The Economics of Grazing Native Warm Season Grasses: Dr. Pat Keyser

The Economics of Grazing Native Warm Season Grasses: Dr. Pat Keyser

Dr. Pat Keyser speaking at the Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW): Northern bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. Feb 23, 2021. Pat is a professor and the Director of the Center for Native Grassland Management at the University of Tennessee.

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Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever: The Habitat Organization: Ryan Heiniger

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever: The Habitat Organization: Ryan Heiniger

Ryan Heiniger speaking about precision agriculture at the Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW): Northern bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting. February 23, 2021. Ryan is the Director of Agriculture and Conservation Innovation at Pheasant Forever/Quail Forever.

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Precision Agriculture and Conservation Opportunities: Dr. Mark McConnell

Precision Agriculture and Conservation Opportunities: Dr. Mark McConnell

Dr. Mark McConnell presenting at the Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW): Northern bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting on February 23, 2021. Mark is an Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management at Mississippi State University.

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History and Trends in Native Grasslands & Savannas of the Midwest and East

History and Trends in Native Grasslands & Savannas of the Midwest and East

Dwayne Estes' opening talk for the WLFW Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands and Savannas National Partnership Meeting February 23-24th. Dr. Dwayne Estes is an Associate Professor at Austin Peay State University and is the Executive Director of the Southeastern Grasslands Initiative

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Planting Native Grasses: Missouri Forage and Livestock Series

Planting Native Grasses: Missouri Forage and Livestock Series

Pat Keyser (University of Tennessee) and Rick Rath (Missouri Department of Conservation) share about establishing and managing native grasses on pasture lands. Native grasses benefit not only livestock, but wildlife too. This webinar can help practitioners and landowners alike. Filmed January 20, 2021 - Missouri Forage and Livestock Series

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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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Supplemental planting for quail

Supplemental planting for quail

Food plots can be helpful for bobwhites but only if they're done properly. Marion Barnes of Clemson Extension talks about what to plant, where to plant it and when to put it in the ground to get the most benefits.

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Use of fire in quail management

Use of fire in quail management

Prescribed fire is the most useful tool in a quail manager's toolbox. SCDNR biologist Dan Peeples discusses the ins and outs of burning, how it benefits quail and other wildlife, and how you can learn to burn on your land.

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Managing agricultural land for quail

Managing agricultural land for quail

Cropland used to be synonymous with bobwhite whistles in South Carolina. As Ted Rainwater, Quail Forever Farm Bill Biologist, explains, there a many things a landowner can do to modern agriculture to make it more quail-friendly.

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Forest Management for bobwhites

Forest Management for bobwhites

Trees play an important role in the well-being of bobwhites. Michael Hook of the SCDNR talks about how to manage forested land for both bobwhites and dollars.

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Native plants and bobwhites

Native plants and bobwhites

Why are native plants so vital to bobwhites? TJ Savereno of Clemson Extension answers this question and gives a solid introduction to each type of plant and where its value lies. He also covers the proper mix of each type for your property.

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Bobwhite history and biology

Bobwhite history and biology

Dr. Cory Heaton of Clemson University talks about bobwhite biology and history with a focus on habitat requirements. If you think the bobwhite decline is due to something other than habitat, watch this video.

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Carol Denhof: The Longleaf Alliance

Carol Denhof: The Longleaf Alliance

Carol Denhof, President of the Longleaf Alliance, discusses landscape-level conservation of longleaf pine ecosystems across the Southeast and the role of collaboration between the Alliance, landowners/farmers, NRCS, and others.

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Addie Thornton: Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability

Addie Thornton: Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability

Addie Thornton, Project Manager of the Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability (SERPPAS), discusses how diverse stakeholders from the military and conservation space can learn from one another and work together to achieve meaningful outcomes at a landscape level.

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Peter Stangel: U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities

Peter Stangel: U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities

Peter Stangel, Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities, discusses the importance of landscape-level conservation and partnerships as well as his vision for future collaboration.

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Forest biodiversity and Human communities in Honduras

Forest biodiversity and Human communities in Honduras

Webinar on Forest biodiversity and Human communities in Honduras presented by David King on July 24, 2020.

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Igniting Inspiration for Women in Fire

Igniting Inspiration for Women in Fire

If our use of fire for managing lands is to improve and expand in the United States, it will need to involve more women and diverse perspectives. Thanks to programs like Women-in-Fire Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges (WTREX), more women are participating in and leading controlled burns.

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Fighting Fire with Fire: Can Fire Positively Impact an Ecosystem?

Fighting Fire with Fire: Can Fire Positively Impact an Ecosystem?

Wildfires occur naturally when lightning strikes a forest or grassland. Alternatively, controlled burns, also known as prescribed fires, are set by land managers and conservationists to mimic the effects of natural fires.

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