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Join us at noon ET on the second Wednesday of each month to be a part of #TSNwebcast live as it happens, or browse our recent archives below for replays on demand (deeper cuts here). Since 2005, we’ve been delighted to bring together leading presenters and a wide audience of nature’s caretakers for rich, relevant content and engaged discussions. Register for free above and we’ll see you soon!


Past Webcasts


May 8, 2024

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In many of our remaining native ecosystems, land management activities like prescribed fire, grazing, and invasive species removal dominate the time and resources of land managers.
Katharine Hogan

Katharine Hogan

Northern Illinois University

Post-Doctoral Researcher

April 10, 2024

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12:00 pm
Climate change has already caused huge changes to weather patterns in the Great Lakes and worldwide, strongly impacting ecosystems and challenging human infrastructure that was built for the less extreme climate of the 20th century.
Jeff Masters

Jeff Masters

Yale Climate Connections

Writer

June 12, 2024

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12:00 pm
Reforesting one million acres in Minnesota could draw down 1.6 million tons of C02 annually while simultaneously benefitting water resources, habitat, and resilience to extreme events such as intense rainfall and heatwaves.
Julie Etterson

Julie Etterson

University of Minnesota Duluth

Director, Institute on the Environment