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Introducing our Nachusa Ecosystem Restoration Scientist!

Colleagues: Nachusa is about to make a big move.  We are excited to welcome Dr. Elizabeth Bach as our Nachusa Grasslands Ecosystem Restoration Scientist. Bach will coordinate with external scientific partners, TNC staff, and stewardship volunteers to design and implement … Continue reading

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Cut stem treatment on buckthorn

James McGee is the author of this thorough treatise on controlling invasive buckthorn. Results of Frilling in Winter XIII James McGee

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GRN 2018 Workshop September 5 & 6, 2018

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GRN Konza Workshop well done

  The night before the workshop some of us early arrivals met for dinner. Sara Baer was the lead planner and host of this GRN.  Sara is a researcher at Konza who chairs the Plant Biology program at Southern Illinois … Continue reading

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GRN workshop at Konza

Our GRN meeting will be a hot one, both in content and temperature.  Those registered and attending should wear their lightest fabrics, favorite sun hat, water bottle, sun screen.  We will be in the field, but I doubt hiking too … Continue reading

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Schedule for GRN 2017 workshop at Konza

GRASSLAND RESTORATION NETWORK WORKSHOP 2017 Konza Prairie Biological Station and Long Term Ecological Research Site Manhattan, Kansas   July 11th   12:00 pm            The Grassland Restoration Network (Chris Helzer) Konza Prairie Welcome Presentation (John Blair)   1:00 pm               … Continue reading

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Registration open!!! July 11-12, 2017 Grassland Restoration Network Workshop

Join us at Konza Prairie Biological Station in Manhattan, KS for overview and field presentations on long-term plot and watershed-level studies in grassland ecology. This year’s workshop will focus how science at this National Science Foundation-funded Long Term Ecological Research … Continue reading

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