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The Nature Conservancy in Minnesota Sep 6
Our Freshwater Program Director and the Forest Legacy Program Coordinator teamed up this morning in Bemidji to tell the House Capital Investment Committee about the Forests for the Future program.
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Meagan Jul 24
Spent the afternoon at the municipal vivero (nursery) learning about and in the Vallegrande Province of Bolivia.
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BudgetHealer Feb 5
For a country run solely on economics it is surprising Governments do not recognise the worth of our forests (and I don’t mean for wood chips).
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Meagan Sep 5
Super excited to be with incredible researchers, practitioners, and policy makers from around the world who are working with to improve at in Cape Town, South Africa in two weeks!
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Sakshi Rana Nov 27
Replying to @of_things_wild
He also talks abt to involve people too in the whole process. He urges to tell a story to connect with the people. They might not understand the data/stats. We, scientists, are trained to write & talk to each other. We should also write story books.
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Dovetail Partners 19 Mar 14
Streamside forest buffers should be at least 100 feet wide to adequately protect streams.
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Sakshi Rana Nov 27
Replying to @of_things_wild
Clean Water Act of 1972 has helped in improving the water quality in the US. Policies are important to bring a change! But I wonder if it was also a good implementation that helped?
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Sakshi Rana Nov 27
Replying to @of_things_wild
He continues w/ how forests are important for water in US. 7% of natural forests of US satisfies 14% of the nation's water needs. Sustainable watershed management has helped in a continued supply of clean water in .
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Meagan Jul 8
Replying to @ForestsForWater
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