We’ve completed the full agenda for our next Platte River Prairies Field Day on August 21. We’ll have a wide range of topics and sessions to choose from; it should be a fantastic day.
See the full agenda, descriptions of sessions, and directions to the site here.
See you on the 21st!
Our Platte River Prairies are beautiful and full of life right now. Field Days are a great time to learn more about what’s living in those prairies as well as the management and restoration strategies we’re experimenting with to keep them vibrant and healthy.
On Friday August 21, we’ll be hosting our next Field Day on the Platte River Prairies. The agenda is nearly set – we’re just waiting for final confirmation from a few presenters before putting out the official agenda. We’ll have sessions on plant identification, prairie restoration and management, birds, ethnobotany, pollinators, dragonflies, invertebrate ecology, and more.
Field Day participants look at stream fish at our June 2015 Platte River Prairies Field Day.
Please plan to join us between 9am and 4pm (come and go as you like.) There is no cost or registration required, but bring your own lunch. We’ll have some light snacks and water/lemonade for you. Directions to the site can be found here.
I’ll post the final agenda when it’s ready to go.