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Marketing and Communications Town Hall: New Year, Same Pandemic

New Year, Same Pandemic: Fatigue and Flexibility

Join the MarComm Community to share how we’re all coping with pandemic fatigue, marketing events and programs with plans A, B, and C, and reinforcing the importance of our missions. We will also...

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1/25/21
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians collaborative research and management of culturally important forest products

This webinar introduces a program on co-produced research and action to manage forests for culturally important plants within portions of traditional Cherokee homelands.

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1/22/21
Guidelines for Creating Effective Session Proposals

See the attached document "Guidelines for Creating Effective Session Proposals" prepared by Program Selection Committee Co-Chairs:

Clayton Bass & Jacqueline Venner-Senske

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1/22/21
The PhenObs initiative – A standardised protocol for monitoring phenological responses to climate change using herbaceous plant species in botanical gardens

Changes in phenology induced by climate change occur across the globe with important
implications for ecosystem functioning and services, species performance and trophic
interactions. Much of the work on phenology, especially leaf out and...

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1/21/21
Small Marvels: Reflective Writing to Understand Place and Equity

Join Dr. Naamal De Silva for a new eeINSPIRE reflective writing workshop focused on place, equity, and the possibilities inherent in exploring what is nearby and familiar with students.

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1/20/21
Designing Effective, Data-Driven Climate Campaigns: How Strategic Campaigns Use YPCCC Data & Tools

This webinar covered how we have worked with partners to support their campaigns and communication. We highlighted a number of our case studies, which are available on the Climate Advocacy Lab or by request. The National Audubon Society, Partnership...

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1/20/21
Lightning Damage to Landscape Palms

Learning to distinguish the symptoms of lightning strikes is a valuable tool for arborists, landscapers, pest control companies, and gardeners. The symptoms may be confused with other causes such as lethal yellowing disease (Candidatus palmae...

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1/19/21
Telling the Whole Story: Using an Inclusive Interpretation of Gardens & Historic Landscapes to Reach a Broader Audience

Hear from a diverse panel on how to use inclusive interpretation of gardens and historic landscapes to reach a broader audience.

Panelists include Shaun Spencer-Hester of the Anne Spencer House & Garden Museum, Lynchburg, VA; Peggy Cornett...

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1/19/21
Diversity & Inclusion Educational Forum for Associations

Dynamic Benchmarking has created a specialized maturity model that allows companies to easily see where they fall on the diversity, equity and inclusion maturity curve including:

  • Where they stack up today with their DE&I practices
  • ...
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1/15/21
Invasive Woody Plants and Their Effects on Arthropods in the United States: Challenges and Opportunities

Invasive plant introductions are increasing globally, and trends in human activity suggest these increases will continue. Although we know much about interactions between invasive herbaceous plants and arthropod communities, there is a dearth of...

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1/14/21

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