SER-SW is happy to host links to the presentations held at the Colorado Plateau Native Plant Program 2016 Annual Meeting.

 

Colorado Plateau Native Plant Program 2016 Annual Meeting

 

March 22-23, 2016

Courtyard Hotel at Lake Powell

Page, Arizona

 

CPNPP 2016 Annual Meeting Program

 


PRESENTATIONS

 

NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE:

Adrienne Pilmanis (for Peggy Olwell, BLM, National Plant Conservation Program Lead)

National Native Seed Strategy: Implementation and Partnerships

 

Steve Popovich, USFS

National Pollinator Strategy & USFS

 

Janna Simonsen, BLM Washington Office

The Minerals Seed Connection

 

Tren Hagman, Granite Seed

Current Issues Facing Native Seed Companies

 

 

MARKET AND SUPPLY:

Rico Galvan, BLM Idaho

BLM’s Seed Warehouse System

 

Ashley Camhi, Arizona State University

The Colorado Plateau Seed Market: A Shift Towards Natives?

 

Jason Vernon, UT Division of Wildlife Resources

Use of Specific Seed Sources for Restoring Rangelands in Utah

 

Tom Glass, High Mountain Nursery

The Right Seed in the Right Place Might be a Nursery

 

Aaron Kania, BLM Utah

The Not So Flowery Side Of Where Your Seeds Come From

 

 

CPNPP PARTNER REPORTS:

Adrienne Pilmanis, CPNPP Coordinator, BLM Utah

Colorado Plateau Native Plant Program Update

 

Rachel Hosna, Great Basin Institute/ BLM Utah

The Benefits of Managing Seed Collection Data on a Regional Scale: Examples from the CPNPP

 

Lila Leatherman, University of Utah

Combining Species Distribution Models and Predicted Disturbance to Select Native Plant Species for Restoration Use

 

Nora Talkington, Chicago Botanic Garden

Using the Past to Inform Future Seed Sourcing in the Colorado Plateau

 

Kathy See, Uncompahgre Partnership

UP Overview & Update

 

Kelly Memmott, USFS Dixie/ Fishlake NF

Phase II – Native Grass Common Gardens with Treatments

 

Brandon Sanders, Upper CO. Environ. Plant Center

UCEPC Field Increase of Koeleria macrantha and Poa secunda

 

Kara Dohrenwend, Rim to Rim Restoration

Mayberry Native Plant Propagation Center: A Source for Land Managers in 2016 and Beyond

 

Kevin Gunnell, UT Division of Wildlife Resources

Native Plant Research and Activities at the Great Basin Research Center

 

Jack Staub, USDA-ARS

Evaluation of a Native Prairie Junegrass Collection from Eastern OR for use in the GB

 

Dave Hoover, USGS

Plasticity of Pleuraphis jamesii Across a Monsoon Gradient: A field trial study at CRC

 

 

PARTNER PROGRAMS:

Lori Makarick, NPS

Grand Canyon NP: Oh How Our Garden Has Grown …

 

Anna Schrenk, Friends of Verde River Greenway

Building a Restoration Economy in the Verde Valley with Native Plants

 

Melanie Gisler, Institute of Applied Ecology, SW

“Need for Seed” in NM and AZ Leads to New Native Plant Materials Program

 

Richard Strait, NRCS

Partnering with Historically Underserved Producers

 

 

RESTORATION:

Stan Young, Utah Crop Improvement Association

What You Seed Is What You Get

 

Nikki Grant-Hoffman, BLM Colorado

Seeding with Natives after Fire

 

Mary O’Brien, Grand Canyon Trust

A Case of Advocacy and Native Plants on the Colorado Plateau: Grand Canyon Trust

 

Danielle Bileyu-Johnston, Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Manipulating Cheatgrass Seed Dispersal to Benefit Restoration

 

Kyle Doherty, Northern Arizona University

USGS apps – seed collection & selection tools

 

 

RESEARCH – THINKING AHEAD:

Brad Butterfield, Northern Arizona University

Prestoration: Using Species in Restoration That Will Persist Now and into the Future

 

Tom Whitham, Northern Arizona University

The Reality of Climate Change and the Need for Genetics Approaches in Restoration