Monthly Chapter Meeting | Stephanie Schmidt, International Crane Foundation

Aŋpétu Téča Education Center, Roseville, MN 1910 W. County Road B, Rm 207, Roseville, MN
Hybrid Hybrid Event

Stephanie Schmidt, International Crane Foundation Presentation Streaming from Baraboo, Wisconsin February 9: “Whooping Cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population.” In the 1940s, Whooping Cranes, once native to Minnesota, faced near extinction as a result of increased threats from habitat loss, hunting, and more. It wasn’t until 2001 that Whooping Cranes returned to the eastern U.S. […]

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Monthly Chapter Meeting | Anthony Hauck, National Audubon Conservation Ranch Program

Aŋpétu Téča Education Center, Roseville, MN 1910 W. County Road B, Rm 207, Roseville, MN
Hybrid Hybrid Event

Anthony Hauck, National Audubon Conservation Ranch Program “Birds, Beef, and a Better Climate.” Traditional conservation approaches have failed to stem the continued loss of native grasslands and the precipitous decline of grassland birds, now estimated to be a 53% population decline since the first Earth Day. Nearly 70% of grassland species are vulnerable to extinction […]

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Monthly Chapter Meeting | Michael North, DNR Brainerd, “Characteristics of Woodpecker Nest Trees in Minnesota”

Aŋpétu Téča Education Center, Roseville, MN 1910 W. County Road B, Rm 207, Roseville, MN
Hybrid Hybrid Event

Michael North, DNR Brainerd, “Characteristics of Woodpecker Nest Trees in Minnesota” Monthly chapter meetings are held the second Thursday of the month, September-May, at 7:00 p.m. They are open and free of charge to everyone. They include time to socialize and brief chapter announcements, followed by featured presentations each month on a range of topics. […]

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Monthly Chapter Meeting | Heather Holm, Pollinator Conservationist and Author, “Restoring Ecosystem Functionality and Biodiversity”

Aŋpétu Téča Education Center, Roseville, MN 1910 W. County Road B, Rm 207, Roseville, MN
Hybrid Hybrid Event

Heather Holm, Pollinator Conservationist and Author, “Restoring Ecosystem Functionality and Biodiversity” Monthly chapter meetings are held the second Thursday of the month, September-May, at 7:00 p.m. They are open and free of charge to everyone. They include time to socialize and brief chapter announcements, followed by featured presentations each month on a range of topics. […]

Free

Covid Guidelines

  • All participants are expected to be vaccinated and boosted (if timing indicates) for COVID-19
  • All participants will maintain social distancing
  • Masks are optional but welcome