Log in at 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, to learn more about Western and Indigenous Approaches to Invasive Species with Jeff Grignon and Kathy Gerst.
Grignon and Gerst will present perspectives from Menominee Forest Management and the USA National Phenology Network on phenology-informed management of invasive species in this installment of the Conservation Science Webinar Series.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff anticipate holding these webinars at 2 p.m. every Wednesday through July. To view future webinars, visit the Conservation Science Webinar Series page.
The series aims to communicate recent advancements in the field of conservation, ranging from emerging issues to technological advancements to pertinent scientific discoveries. This series targets biologists or natural resource managers interested in staying informed about the most up-to-date science by engaging with experts in the field.
Grignon is a father, grandfather, husband and enrolled member of the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin. A lifelong student of the environment, his responsibilities as a tribal member include the preservation and protection of cultural habitational areas and the stories they continue to tell.
Gerst is an ecologist at the USA National Phenology Network. She coordinates the delivery of data and tools to inform decisions about the timing of ecological processes, such as invasive species activity, allergenic pollen, disease vectors and climate change.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is providing access to this webinar for all participants. Direct all requests for closed captioning or other accommodation needs to Eric Tsakiris, 304-876-7430, firstname.lastname@example.org, TTY 800-877-8339 as soon as possible.
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