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National Adaptation Forum

The National Adaptation Forum is a biennial gathering created by a group of professionals from the private and public sectors concerned about the need to respond to and prepare for the effects of climate change.

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U.S. Protected Lands Mismatch Biodiversity Priorities, Implications for the Southeast

Former NCSU researcher Clinton Jenkins will present a webinar discussing the Southeast implications of his recent paper published in PNAS.

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AppLCC Riparian Restoration Tool for Climate Change Resiliency Webinar

Part of the Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change web series hosted by USFWS and National Wildlife Federation, this presentation will highlight an innovative riparian planting and restoration decision support tool, funded by the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative that is now available to the conservation community.

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Assessing climate-sensitive ecosystems in the southeastern United States

The southeastern U.S. contains a unique diversity of ecosystems that provide important benefits, including habitat for wildlife and plants, water quality, and recreation opportunities. As climate changes, a better understanding of how our ecosystems will be affected is vital for identifying strategies to protect these ecosystems.

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[Event] Brook Trout and Stream Temperature Modeling Workshop

April 7th and 8th -- Stream Temperature Modeling Workshop Meeting in Hadley MA.

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Webinar: South Carolina Stream Assessment Tool

Watershed Decision Tool Webinar Series Topic: South Carolina Stream Assessment Tool Presenter: Dr. Mark Scott, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

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Planning Team call: Brook Trout - Stream Temperature workshop

Changed: Brook trout - stream temperature workshop planning - one hour Earlier than usual!!!! Call in number: DOI: 703-648-4848 code: 87245# Non-DOI: 855-547-8255 code: 87245#

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Tennessee State Wildlife Action Planning 2015 Partner Meeting

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is required by Congress to revise the State Wildlife Action Plan by October of this year.

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Workshop Planning Call: Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:30am – 11:30am (EST)

Fourth planning call to discuss Brook Trout - Stream Temperature workshop to be held April 7 - 8th 2015 in Hadley MA.

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Improving Wetland Restoration Success Webinar Series

The Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM) is pleased to invite you to attend the sixth presentation in our popular Improving Wetland Restoration Success webinar series.

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Central Appalachians Fire Learning Network Annual Meeting

Tackling the Burning Questions: the future of fire and forests in the changing complex social and ecological setting of the Central Appalachians

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National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation

Join conservation practitioners and policy makers from across North America to share ideas on the challenges and opportunities in implementing large landscape conservation, as well as the most effective tools, strategies and science available to inform large landscape initiatives.

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Landfire Webinar Series

Assessing Needs - Understanding the recent and potential future threats to ecosystems is vital for prioritizing management activities in the Southeast.

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Climate Change in America's National Parks

Reaching Common Ground: Communicating with Disbelieving Managers about Climate Change Impacts and Options.

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OSU Climate Change Webinar

Exploring Snowfall in the United States.

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Climate Change in America's National Parks

Tracking forest and landscape change from space using the ForWarn system.

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Association of State Wetland Managers Webinar

History of Wetland Drainage in the U.S.

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Northeast CSC Webinar

Developing forest adaptation strategies for northern forests in an uncertain future.

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Oak Woodlands & Forests Fire Consortium Webinar

Using prescribed fire to manage wildlife habitat in the Mid-South.

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Communications, Outreach & Visitor Services Training Workshop: Telling Stories, Making Connections

Our public lands and work in natural resource conservation is rich with stories. These stories grab the attention of our audiences and capture their hearts and imagination. This training introduces innovative communications, outreach and visitor services tools, including storytelling, to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service community and encourages staff to integrate them into their work to build and maintain relationships with key audiences.

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