Webinars

Webinars

Check back in regularly for upcoming webinar dates and topics.

About NAA Webinars

NAA webinars create access to new information on a wide variety of topics in natural areas conservation. By practitioners, for practitioners, these one-hour programs highlight emerging scientific discoveries, new methodologies, and best practices to protect biodiversity within ecologically significant landscapes.

  • NAA Members receive complimentary registration and unlimited access to recorded programs.
  • Registration for non-members is $29 with access to the recording following the live presentation.

NAA is committed to getting important conservation science into the hands of those who need it, and a lack of funding should not get in the way. If you or your organization cannot support your registration for this event, please apply for a scholarship

Are you looking for past webinars?

Recent webinar recordings are available for purchase below.

Older webinars are available on YouTube.

NAA’s YouTube Channel provides high-quality, science-based resources and programs to share conservation science and cutting-edge research to sustain resilient, functioning ecosystems that harbor biodiversity for future generations.

Searchable by topic, many of these programs are freely & publicly available for the first time!


Upcoming Webinars

May 21, 2024

Indian Country 101 - A Learning Opportunity for the Rest of Us

Presented by: Jessie Israel, Conservation Collaboration + Indigenous Right Relations, The Nature Conservancy

New Interest in Old Forests: Creating an Assessment Method for Pennsylvania Old-growth

Past Webinars

NAA members can access all past webinars here. Please note, you must be logged into the website to view.

April 22 & May 7, 2024

Webinar Series: Embracing the Power of Nature for Watershed Recovery

Presented by: Christopher Haring, Ph.D., US Army Corp of Engineers & Garrett Altmann, EPIC, and
Reid Whittlesey, Rio Grande Return 

Webinar Series: Embracing the Power of Nature for Watershed Recovery

April 16, 2024

Restoring Relationships and Beneficial Fire to Great Lakes Forests

Presented by: Evan Larson, Ph.D., Professor & Chair, Environmental Sciences & Society, University of Wisconsin - Platteville

Restoring Relationships and Beneficial Fire to Great Lakes Forests

February 27, 2024

New Interest in Old Forests: Creating an Assessment Method for Pennsylvania Old-growth

Presented by: Jaci Braund, Ecologist, Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program

New Interest in Old Forests: Creating an Assessment Method for Pennsylvania Old-growth

January 30, 2024

Applications of Natural and Nature-Based Features for Inland Fluvial Environments

Presented by: Christopher Haring, Ph.D., River Engineering Branch, Coastal and Hydraulics Lab, Engineer Research and Development Center

Applications of Natural and Nature-Based Features for Inland Fluvial Environments

January 16, 2024

Nature Out of Place? Brainstorming Best Practices for Communicating About Invasive Plants

Presented by: Mason Heberling, Ph.D., Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Rachel Reeb, Postdoctoral Fellow, Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Nature Out of Place? Brainstorming Best Practices for Communicating About Invasive Plants

September 19, 2023

Southeastern Plants Regional Species of Greatest Conservation Need

Presented by: Southeastern Plant Conservation Alliance and Atlanta Botanical Garden

Southeastern Plants Regional Species of Greatest Conservation Need

August 1, 2023

Getting the Timing Right: Plant Phenology and Mismatch in our Changing Forests

Presented by: Mason Heberling, Ph.D., Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Getting the Timing Right: Plant Phenology and Mismatch in our Changing Forests

July 25, 2023

How do Natural Areas Affect Financial Markets?

Presented by: Claudio Rizzi, Ph.D., incoming Assistant Professor in the Financial Management Department at IESE Business School

How do Natural Areas Affect Financial Markets?

May 23, 2023

An Assessment of Native Seed Needs and Capacity for Their Supply: Conclusions and recommendations

Presented by: Elizabeth Ledger, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Biology, University of Reno and
Susan Harrison, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Environmental Science and Policy, University of California, Davis

An Assessment of Native Seed Needs and Capacity for Their Supply: Conclusions and recommendations

February 28, March 21, April 18, 2023

The Geographic Approach to Invasive Species Management

The Geographic Approach to Invasive Species Management

Thanks to generous support from Esri, NAA can provide this opportunity at no cost to you!

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