Newsletter: Friends of Sax Zim Bog

This is a unique fundraiser, we are hoping you, our Bog Buddies, can help us find artists who are willing to donate a “tiny canvas” of bird art.And since our annual Boreal Wings Gala will likely be in spring 2021 (stay tuned for details), we will have our Tiny Bird Auction entirely online.These original works … Continue reading Newsletter: Friends of Sax Zim Bog

ADV/VOL: Offal Wildlife Watching Project

Firearm deer hunting season is quickly approaching and we are continuing the Offal Wildlife Watching Project for a third season! We are quickly going through images from the past two years and will be able to provide some preliminary results to you in the next couple of weeks.  In the meantime, we would like to invite you … Continue reading ADV/VOL: Offal Wildlife Watching Project

Webnairs: MyMinnesotaWoods – Oct. 28th

Upcoming course: tree and plant identification for mesic hardwoods One of Minnesota's most common plant communities is the mesic hardwood system. Learn how to identify common trees and plants in this community by attending our newest tree and plant identification course. An online course opens later this week and a Zoom session is scheduled with … Continue reading Webnairs: MyMinnesotaWoods – Oct. 28th

Conservation Sciences Seminars: Oct. 23rd and Oct. 30th

October 23, 2020 at 12:00-1:00pm CST For more information about other topics in the Conservation Science Seminar Series, please visit: CSSS Engaging with anti-racism work in higher educationJody Gray, UMN College of Food Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences, Office of Diversity and Inclusionhttps://umn.zoom.us/j/96625680461 October 30, 2020 at 12:00-1:00pm CST The Archaeobiology of Bears and Bear … Continue reading Conservation Sciences Seminars: Oct. 23rd and Oct. 30th

Webinar-AIS: Boater Data & Invasive Mussels – Oct. 28th

Using Boater Data to Inform Risk ModelsInvasive Mussel Collaborative WebinarWednesday, October 28th; 10-11:30 amThe Invasive Mussel Collaborative is hosting a webinar to discuss the development of invasive mussel risk models informed by watercraft inspection and boater movement data. This webinar will feature the ARMOR model, built in New York to streamline the process of boat … Continue reading Webinar-AIS: Boater Data & Invasive Mussels – Oct. 28th

Webinar-AIS: eDNA Colletin and Concentration – Oct. 28th

A novel technology for eDNA collection and concentrationAIS Detectors Webinar SeriesWednesday, October 28th; 1-2 pmAssessing species presence and distribution is one of the most critical steps in the study of biodiversity. This is also necessary to monitor invasive species that can adversely impact the ecosystem and the economy. Early detection of aquatic invasive species is … Continue reading Webinar-AIS: eDNA Colletin and Concentration – Oct. 28th

Newsletter: Mississippi Park Connection – Fall 2020

New Hiking Trail Loops at Coldwater Spring These new trail loop descriptions from the National Park Service are practically poetic! Let them whisk you away to a serene naturescape, then whisk yourself away to Coldwater Spring to experience them in person! Explore tallgrass prairie and the historic springhouse on the Baltimore Oriole Loop, oak woodland … Continue reading Newsletter: Mississippi Park Connection – Fall 2020

Survey: Extension Forestry Team

We want your feedback on futureExtension forestry programs The University of Minnesota Extension Forestry Team is interested in learning what you value about trees and woodlands. We’ve developed a survey about your interests and it should take you no more than 10 minutes to complete. Completing this survey will help University of Minnesota Extension to … Continue reading Survey: Extension Forestry Team

ADV: Minnesota Project Wet online training

Minnesota Project WET offers online Trainings Learn how you can be trained in MN Project WET (Water Education Today) from the comforts of your own home! Its easy and fun. Virtual trainings available upon request for teacher in-service courses or group professional development.  Continuing education credits available at: Project Wet

Newsletter: Friends of Sax Zim Bog

This is a unique fundraiser, we are hoping you, our Bog Buddies, can help us find artists who are willing to donate a “tiny canvas” of bird art.And since our annual Boreal Wings Gala will likely be in spring 2021 (stay tuned for details), we will have our Tiny Bird Auction entirely online.These original works … Continue reading Newsletter: Friends of Sax Zim Bog

ADV: Offal Wildlife Watching Project

Firearm deer hunting season is quickly approaching and we are continuing the Offal Wildlife Watching Project for a third season! We are quickly going through images from the past two years and will be able to provide some preliminary results to you in the next couple of weeks.  In the meantime, we would like to invite you … Continue reading ADV: Offal Wildlife Watching Project

Webnairs: MyMinnesotaWoods – Oct. 20th and 28th

Upcoming webinar on Indigenous models of sustainability Join us for a webinar on Oct 20 to learn about Indigenous models of sustainability. This webinar will discuss the Menominee Tribe’s experiences managing the oldest sustainable forest in the United States. The presentation will provide a detailed description of their sustainability model, give examples of how it … Continue reading Webnairs: MyMinnesotaWoods – Oct. 20th and 28th