Webinars

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About NAA webinars:

Registration for webinars is complimentary for NAA Members with unlimited access to the recording.

Registration for non-members is $29 with access to the recording for seven days following the live presentation.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

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Native Plants: The Foundation of Natural Areas - A 3-Day Webinar Series

October 11, 12, and 13, 2022
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Natural areas are critical to the protection of biodiversity, and native plants are the foundation of every ecosystem. From global food security to climate change, the conservation, protection and restoration of native plants is essential to the preservation of the environment and earth’s sustainability. Join NAA for a 3-day webinar series that will consider native plants from a variety of perspectives.

Special thanks to the United States Forest Service (USFS) for underwritting this webinar series. 
Cost
NAA Members and Nonmembers: $69
Register for all three webinars in the Native Plant Series series and save 20%!

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NAA Members: $0

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Cost

NAA Members: $0

Non Members: $29


Register Now

Cost

NAA Members: $0

Non Members: $29


2022 WEBINARS

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2021 Webinars

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2020 Webinars

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2019 Webinars

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2018 Pollinator Series

NAA is proud to provide this webinar series with support from the U.S. Forest Service.

Talk 1:

Mary Rowland, Research Wildlife Biologist, U.S. Forest Service; and Sandy DeBano, Associate Professor - Invertebrate Ecology, Oregon State University:
Native Bees and Large Mammals: Vertebrate - Invertebrate Interactions in Riparian Natural Areas

Talk 2:

Thomas Kaye, Executive Director and Senior Ecologist at the Institute for Applied Ecology:
Partnering with Pollinators: Prairie Restoration to Support Diverse Pollinating Insects



Talk 1:

Dave Waldien, Affiliated Scholar, Christopher Newport University:
Management Considerations of Pollinating Bats on Wind and Solar Farms

Talk 2:

Peter Beesley, Vegetation Program Manager, Expert - Pacific Gas and Electric Company:
Utility Right-of-Way Management that Supports Pollinators and Safe Energy Transmission



Talk 1:

Scott Hoffman Black, Executive Director, Xerces Society:
Best Management Practices for Pollinators: Creating Practices that are Meaningful and Implementable for Rangelands

Talk 2:

Jim Cane, Research Entomologist, USDA-ARS Pollinating Insect Research Unit:
Calculated Floral Resource Withdrawal by Managed Honey Bees in Light of Native Bee Reproduction

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