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Hessmiller, Sage
 
Adamson, Nancy
 
Crawford, Caroline
 
WLFW Programs and Partnerships Webinar Series- Session # 1 “What is Working Lands for Wildlife”
This Session of the WLFW East Region Conservation Webinar series was presented by Bridgett Costanzo, USDA’s Working Lands for Wildlife East Region Coordinator and Dr. Jess McGuire, PF/QF’s Working Lands for Wildlife Program Manager. This session focuses on what exactly is WLFW? This is the first session in the new mini-series “Programs and Partnerships.” Topics covered include the definition of WLFW, how it is funded, new frameworks to come, models showing the decision-making behind the frameworks, monitoring on WLFW projects, and a quick overview of the new app “Bobscapes.”
Barrow, Tadd
 
WLFW East Region Conservation Webinar Series: Programs and Partnerships Session #3 “Power of Partnerships” 
Session 3 of the “Programs and Partnerships” mini-series was presented by Derek Wiley, OPJV/TPWD and Thomas Janke, PFQF.  This session focuses on the exceptional partnerships going on in Texas and Oklahoma. Topics covered include a basic understanding of joint ventures, the GRIP program, and success stories. 
WLFW East Region Conservation Webinar Series: Programs and Partnerships Session #2 “Programs Available to Landowners” 
Session 2 of the “Programs and Partnerships” mini-series was presented by Alison Menefee, PFQF and Dallas Ingram, Georgia DNR. This session focuses on cost-share programs available to landowners at the federal and state levels. Topics covered include a basic understanding of federal programs, a brief overview of EQIP, WLFW, CSP, and CRP, and an overview of state-level programs for wildlife, forestry, prescribed fire, and invasives.  
Rhodes, Brian
 
Siddons, Taylor
 
Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center
 
Singleton, Colton
 
Freake, Michael
 
Lee University
 
Andrews, Alanna
 
ploski, mark
 
Reed, Olivia
 
Macros by Tolerance
Document has macroinvertebrates sorted into groups 1, 2, and 3 based on pollution tolerance, with pictures.
Nicholson, David
 
Carpenter, Scott
 
Richards, Michael