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Missouri and the New Tallgrass Prairie Economy

Webinar replay from March 14, 2019

  Missouri Prairie Foundation Linden’s Prairie R.S. Kinnerson Photo At the time of statehood, at least 15 million acres of tallgrass prairie blanketed Missouri—about a third of the state. Midwest prairie was part of the North American prairie ecosystem that stretched from the East Coast to the Rockies, north into Canada, and south...

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Fire in Landscape Management – Strategies for Living with It

Webinar replay from February 4, 2019

  Fire is a natural process in almost all North American ecosystems. It creates and maintains habitat for a host of wildlife species, cycles nutrients, refreshes prairies and grasslands, is a necessity for many plant and animal species of special concern, enhances various recreational activities, and reduces fuels for the...

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Farming on the Wild Side: Regenerative Production Practices Based on Multifunctional Perennial Plantings

Webinar replay from January 24, 2019

In this webinar, John Hayden will emphasize the ecology and the positive benefits of regenerative farming practices (carbon sequestration, water quality improvement, wildlife and pollinator habitat), and the plants that make for an economically viable system. Mr. Hayden will explain how his family’s farm has evolved over the years, how their...

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Quest for Resilience: Adaptive Strategies for Sustainable Plant Design

Webinar replay from December 14, 2018

What do changing weather patterns mean with regard to how we design the landscape? In this webinar, Laura Hansplant will examine the concept of resilience with regard to landscape design. Using a series of case studies and practical examples, she will discuss how we can replicate plant community dynamics and structure...

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Backyard Carbon Sequestration – How You Can Help

Webinar replay from December 4, 2018

  Landscapers and gardeners have long known that soil is not simply the stuff that props up plants. But not everyone knows that organic and native plant gardening practices can help mitigate climate change by building and protecting soil health. In this webinar presentation, Adrian Ayres Fisher will review the characteristics...

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Understanding Human Connections to Our Planet: Biodiversity, Native Plants, and Applied Ecological Services

Webinar replay from November 8, 2018

When we typically look at the landscapes in our neighborhoods, city streets, and shopping centers, what do we see? Do we see landscapes that provide a trophic level of habitat which processes our storm water and remediates pollutants? Do these landscapes bring a sense of place by reflecting the natural...

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Keeping Carbon in the Ground: A Scientific Exploration of Climate Change and Soil Health

Webinar replay from October 31, 2018

  Soils rich in carbon are healthy soils. However, climate change and poor management practices can degrade soil carbon stores and, consequently, the soil itself. Dr. DeAngelis will explain why keeping carbon in the ground is important, and how carbon sequestration factors into maintaining healthy soils. She will also discuss...

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Patchwork Ecology in Urban Ecosystems

Webinar replay from October 17, 2018

  Webinar: Designing a In this webinar, David Seiter will investigate the role of wild plants in the urban ecosystem by profiling a cross section of weeds. By comparing the principles of urban ecology with those of aesthetic design, Mr. Seiter challenges contemporary concepts and cultural perceptions about the value...

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Managing Land for Pollinators and Conservation Biocontrol

Webinar replay from October 11, 2018

  Conservation biological control is a science-based pest management strategy that seeks to integrate beneficial insects back into the landscape for natural pest control, ultimately reducing, and in some cases eliminating, the need for pesticides. Join Ms. May, Pollinator Conservation Specialist for the Xerces Society, for an overview on conservation...

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Landscaping for Plant Diversity

Webinar replay from September 26, 2018

What is the role of diversity in the garden and what do we gain by increasing diversity in our gardens, fields, and forests? Despite the wealth of native plant species at our fingertips, we rely too heavily on too few species. By using the great diversity of plants that are...

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Capturing Carbon with Trees

Webinar replay from September 18, 2018

Dr. Christopher Woodall will look at how forested rural area carbon assessment is done in the US. He will discuss how these assessments suggest that forests currently offset over 10% of carbon dioxide associated with fossil fuel emissions every year. Because forests and trees in developed landscapes sequester atmospheric carbon...

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Developing a Comprehensive Integrative Pest Management (IPM) Plan

Webinar replay from March 19, 2018

  An Integrated Pest Management Plan (IPM) is a tool for plant professionals to control pests in a timely, safe, and efficient manner and is a vital component in producing and maintaining healthy plants and landscapes. An IPM plan includes several aspects: sanitation and prevention, conservation, and augmentation methods using...

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