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News: Small mammals shape native plant communities around the world

SER’s International Network for Seed-based Restoration recently posted this interesting article on how small mammals influence the structure of native plant communities. See more information at this link: https://www.fs.usda.gov/rmrs/science-spotlights/small-mammal-seed-predation-structures-plant-communities-around-worldRead More
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2021 Riparian Challenge Award – entries due March 1, 2021

The Western Division of the American Fisheries Society (WDAFS) established the annual Riparian Challenge to encourage the conservation and sound management of riparian habitat in the western United States.  Each year, the WDAFS recognizes outstanding achievements in riparian management by...Read More
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Webinars – Empowering Tribal Culture, Ecology, and Food Systems

In celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day, please enjoy this free webinar series, organized by Jeremy Pinto at the US Forest Service, RMRS. Webinar Series: Empowering Tribal Culture, Ecology, and Food Systems Register here: https://westernforestry.org/upcoming-conferences/2020-empowering-tribal-culture-ecology-and-food-systems-webinar-series-free Weekly each Wednesday, September 30 –...Read More
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Updated – USGS Greater Sage-grouse Annotated Bibliography

The USGS Open-File Report “Annotated bibliography of scientific research on greater sage-grouse published from 2015 to 2019” compiles and summarizes 238 research products about the conservation, management, monitoring, and assessment of Greater sage-grouse published between 2015 and 2019. The newly...Read More