ADV: Dragonflies, Helicopters, and Climate Change – Minneapolis – May 21st

Café Scientifique: Citizen Scientist to PhD – a Story of Dragonflies, Helicopters, and Climate Change Speaker: Ami Thompson, Conservation Biology Ph.D. Candidate, University of Minnesota Tuesday, May 21, 2019 7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00pm Dragonflies are tenacious, beautiful, and delightfully curious creatures. Ami will bring you along on her journey to understand how … Continue reading ADV: Dragonflies, Helicopters, and Climate Change – Minneapolis – May 21st

ADV: Landscape Revival: Native Plant Expo and Market – Shoreview – June 1st

The Shoreview Native Plant Expo and Market offers gardeners one convenient location to shop for Minnesota native plants from 6 local native growers and learn how to use the plants from conservation organizations. The goal of Landscape Revival is to promote the use of native plants by educating about their benefits for wildlife habitat, pollinators, … Continue reading ADV: Landscape Revival: Native Plant Expo and Market – Shoreview – June 1st

ADV: Master Woodland Owner Course Schedule – June

Landowners in central Minnesota have a great opportunity to join Extension's newest Master Woodland Owner class. Starting in June, the Avon Hills class is specifically designed for woodland owners who are interested in fostering their woodland for the future. Registration is open now, and the course fee includes a site visit to your woodland by … Continue reading ADV: Master Woodland Owner Course Schedule – June

ADV: Teaching in the Outdoor Classroom Workshop – June 17-20

Open to all who teach children including licensed teachers, teachers in training, home school educators, naturalists, non-formal educators, park rangers, volunteers, and Friends members! Working together as a team, we explore the many ways to use an outdoor classroom to enhance and strengthen a child’s education. The workshop is held in conjunction with the Summer Explorers … Continue reading ADV: Teaching in the Outdoor Classroom Workshop – June 17-20

ADV-AIS: MN DNR AIS Volunteer Training – May 23rd or June 6th

Citizens who are interested in informing the public about aquatic invasive species and how to slow their spread can receive AIS volunteer or ambassador training from the Watercraft Inspection Program staff. This training includes information on how to educate members of the public on AIS and how to prevent the spread. Thursday, May 23rd, 1 … Continue reading ADV-AIS: MN DNR AIS Volunteer Training – May 23rd or June 6th

ADV: Natural Resource Workshop – Stevens Point – June 12th-14th

Lake Superior: Natural Resources, Culture, and Climate Change Within the Lake Superior basin, global climate change is expected to cause increased annual temperature, decreased snow, and more frequent and extreme weather events. The Lake Superior Ojibwe have traditional ecological knowledge of the environment that has evolved over thousands of years, providing long term place-based supporting … Continue reading ADV: Natural Resource Workshop – Stevens Point – June 12th-14th

ADV: Dragonflies, Helicopters, and Climate Change – Minneapolis – May 21st

Café Scientifique: Citizen Scientist to PhD – a Story of Dragonflies, Helicopters, and Climate Change Speaker: Ami Thompson, Conservation Biology Ph.D. Candidate, University of Minnesota Tuesday, May 21, 2019 7:00 pm / Doors open at 6:00pm Dragonflies are tenacious, beautiful, and delightfully curious creatures. Ami will bring you along on her journey to understand how … Continue reading ADV: Dragonflies, Helicopters, and Climate Change – Minneapolis – May 21st

ADV: River Ecology Workshop – Leverne – Sept. 9-13

Restoring River Ecosystems: Design & Application: This special offer workshop is a condensed 5-day adaptation of two advanced workshops - River Restoration: Design & Application and Restoration Solutions in Fragmented River Ecosystems. This course will incorporate principles, methods, and tools for holistic stream restoration using natural materials and designs, with an emphasis on re-establishing both … Continue reading ADV: River Ecology Workshop – Leverne – Sept. 9-13

VOL: Garlic Mustard Pull – Rochester – May 18th

GARLIC MUSTARD PULL at the DINA OLIN BIRD SANCTUARY Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 9:00am to Noon 1050 Skyline Dr SW Rochester, MN 55902 Park on Skyline Lane SW—no parking lot. Watch for signs. Olmsted County Master Gardeners will direct participants, teaching them how to identify the invasive Garlic Mustard and the proper way to … Continue reading VOL: Garlic Mustard Pull – Rochester – May 18th