Events and Activities

Events Calendar 2020

 

JULY

Prairie Corridor Summer Seminar

July 1, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., Zoom Virtual Meeting.

Prairie Corridor Aspirations: a Panel Discussion with Chris Beutler, Michael Forsberg and Nicole Fleck-Tooze.

Dave Wedin at UNL’s School of Natural Resources has put together a series of virtual summer seminars on the Prairie Corridor that are open to the public. These seminars are conducted through Zoom, and are also being recorded and posted on YouTube.

Zoom Recording:

https://unl.zoom.us/rec/share/uo9WCJzf8m1OS6_SwkHSVoAsH9zAeaa80CIXr6dexBuKP6e-U6GT-MnZ975rux8l?startTime=1593617399000

Partner: UNL School of Natural Resources
Cost: Free

Prairie Corridor Summer Seminar

July 8, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., Zoom Virtual Meeting.

Steve Thomas (SNR/UNL) introduces the ecology of streams and watersheds in the Prairie Corridor.

Dave Wedin at UNL’s School of Natural Resources has put together a series of virtual summer seminars on the Prairie Corridor that are open to the public. These seminars are conducted through Zoom, and are also being recorded and posted on YouTube.

Zoom Recording:

https://unl.zoom.us/rec/share/tfNVdoj_sXFIU6Phr2_WeZ8YIYnbX6a8g3JN-vQKmErEitSuV3ENf3DJSgIJArGO 

Partner: UNL School of Natural Resources
Cost: Free

 

Prairie Corridor Summer Seminar

July 22, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., Zoom Virtual Meeting.

Exploring Belowground Biodiversity in Lincoln’s Prairie Corridor with Abigail Borgmeier and Tom Powers

Dave Wedin at UNL’s School of Natural Resources has put together a series of virtual summer seminars on the Prairie Corridor that are open to the public. These seminars are conducted through Zoom, and are also being recorded and posted on YouTube.

Zoom Recording:

https://unl.zoom.us/rec/share/6sgpPpbW3HpIXpHo60j_UJwdE9r-T6a81nVLq_FYmk3mqbpaPqzDdcXJCI_9Gep1

Partner: UNL School of Natural Resources
Cost: Free

 

Ethan Freese Masters of Applied Science Presentation

July 29, 1:00 p.m., Zoom Virtual Presentation

Ethan Freese, a Masters of Applied Science student in UNL’s Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication will discuss his final project for a Masters of Applied Science, which is a Story Map about the Prairie Corridor on Haines Branch that includes photos, videos, and audio collected in the Corridor.  The presentation will be hosted on Zoom (https://unl.zoom.us/j/96653591077) and is open to the public. The Story Map will also be available for viewing on the Platte Basin Timelapse website and the Prairie Corridor website after the presentation on the 29th.


Zoom Info:
https://unl.zoom.us/j/96653591077