Sagebrush ecology and conservation webinar series

Sage Steppe Partner Forum webinar seriesThe Sage Steppe Partner Forum is pleased to announce an eight-week webinar series. The forum aims to share knowledge around Greater Sage-grouse, sagebrush habitat, and management across the species's historic range. Sponsors of the webinar series are the Great Northern, Southern Rockies, Plains and Prairie Potholes, and Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperatives.

When and Registration

Schedule (view in PDF)

Jan 21: MATT GERMINO, USGS
Sagebrush responses to shifting climate and fire disturbances: Basic insights for restoration

Jan 28: STEVE KNICK, USGS
Maximizing minimums: Mapping basic requirements for greater sage-grouse

Feb 4: COLLIN HOMER AND CAM ALDRIDGE, USGS
Forecasting sagebrush ecosystem components and greater sage-grouse habitat for 2050

Feb 11: SONIA HALL, ARID LANDS INITIATIVE
The Arid Lands Initiative shared priorities for conservation at a landscape scale and What’s next?

Feb 18: STEVE HANSER, USGS                                      |    MATT HELLER, GNLCC
USGS Greater Sage-grouse National Research Strategy    |   Sage Steppe Partner Forum Wiki

Feb 25: MELANIE MURPHY, UNIV. WY
Understanding wetland ephemerality in the context of climate change

Mar 4: BEN RASHFORD, UNIV. WY
Targeting grassland conservation: An estimate of land-use conversion risk in the Northern Great Plains

Mar 11: VICKY DREITZ AND JESSIE GOLDING, UNIV. MT
Assessing land use practices in sagebrush and grassland ecosystems: Multiple migratory bird responses

 
Webinar Capacity and Recordings

Webinar space is limited to the first 100 people logged in. If you miss a webinar, a recording will be available on the GNLCC webinar webpage and YouTube Channel.