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Dr. Kalli F Doubleday Apr 13
We're making great progress with controlled burns and plans w NRCS on our in S. TX. My husband (and best girl Izzi here) planted 29 native grasses we grew in the back yrd tonight. We call these plantings
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Karin Rita Gastreich Apr 6
Tallying up last summer’s bee data in preparation for next weekend at the conference in Pella, IA.
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Selena Fox Jul 22
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Minnehaha Creek WD Apr 10
A prescribed burn occurred at Six Mile Marsh Prairie yesterday as part of our restoration partnership with . Controlled burns of prairies help manage invasive species & boost the health of native plants.
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Marsh Maiden 15 Apr 14
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MycoBloom 20 Feb 17
Mixing seed for a diverse . We are trying a 2:1 forb:grass mix this year comprised of 46 species.
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Dr. Anna Groves Jul 2
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Int Crane Foundation 26 Apr 16
12 million seeds planted in the fall = lupine seedlings in the spring!
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Int Crane Foundation 28 Jun 16
New is blooming at our headquarters! Learn more:
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Silvia Secchi May 21
I can still smell the burn
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Cindy WojCain 16 May 14
Lupine and hairy puccoon in bloom at Sand Ridge Savanna .
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Prairie Plains 28 Mar 18
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Sara McMillan 12 Apr 18
Important message for restoration to move from case studies to predictive science that guides implementation and has greater impact. Great talk!!
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WaubonsieGreen Sep 20
Replying to @WaubonsieGreen
3/3 Tomorrow we'll see their data analysis and discuss findings in class. Best part was having so much land lab space that we had a lighter impact by spreading out and leaving sensitive areas alone. Also no buses. We walk. It's out back.
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Int Crane Foundation Apr 30
From the field: Each spring we conduct at our headquarters. The burns replenish our restored prairies and other natural areas while keeping woody shrubs and invasive plants in check. Enjoy these beautiful images from a recent evening burn!
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Int Crane Foundation 24 Apr 16
“The deep roots never doubt spring will come.” ~ Marty Rubin
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Elizabeth Moon Apr 27
Think I need to get formal about this. The fields are recovering and in transition to native grasses & forbs. Perfect opportunity for observation.
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Dr. Kalli F Doubleday Apr 28
Look at this fat roll prairie noodle! Paused for him to move on while we mowed our most recent prescribed burn. Spring brun success = huisache shrubs/trees died!
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Sara Johnson Jul 27
Purple Prairie Clover (Dalea purpurea) sets the on fire this time of year. The purple goes for miles and waves in the wind and just makes the heat 100% worth it. 💜
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Midewin NTP 14 Oct 16
1 year ago today 4 bison bulls arrived here from Ft. Collins CO- The bison are an experiment in !
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