September ForestHer NC Webinar: Conservation in Practice

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Join us on Thursday, September 8 for the third webinar in our four-part ForestHer NC Conservation Webinar Series.
Conservation in Practice
September 8, 2022

1–2:30 p.m. EDT

In this webinar, we will explore conservation practices that create and maintain healthy soil, water, plants, and wildlife. Dr. Chris Moorman, with NC State University, will kick off the webinar with a brief overview of the relationship between wildlife and their environment, especially how plants create the underlying structure that wildlife needs to thrive.

Next, we’ll hear from three ForestHer landowners (Patricia Sowards, Michelle Riggsbee, and Joanne Rebbeck) who will share their adventures putting conservation into practice on their own land. We’ll hear first-hand lessons about:

  • Converting an old pasture to native prairie
  • Controlling invasive plants
  • Thinning pines
  • Prescribed burning
  • Creating pollinator habitat

Click to register for the September 8 webinar.

Save the Date for the final webinar in the 2022 ForestHer NC Conservation Virtual Workshop Series:

  • December 8  – Taking Action: Where to Start

View recordings of past ForestHer NC Webinars.

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For more information about ForestHer NC, email or visit the ForestHer NC website.

ForestHer NC is sponsored by conservation organizations including the NC Wildlife Resources Commission, U.S Forest Service, N.C. Tree Farm Program, N.C. Forest Service, N.C. Cooperative Extension, Audubon North Carolina, USDA Wildlife Services, Wild Turkey Federation, and the Sustainable Forestry and Land Retention Project.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, NC State will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 10 days before the event. Direct accommodation requests to Robert Bardon at or 919-515-5575.