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Prairie Corridor Summer Seminar - Helzer - Shared screen with speaker view
Steven Thomas
01:23:42
might be better to stop screen share so folks can more easily see each other?
Cindy Crosby
01:24:00
Chris, I just found out about this and I know my Tallgrass Prairie Ecology students (online) would love to watch it. Will the recording be available to share? I would love to see the beginning that I missed! :)
Cindy Crosby
01:24:53
Yay! Thank you so much. Grateful!
Ruth Rose
01:25:40
This is absolutely
valerie cepa
01:27:54
Kelly Shultz of Lake County Forest Preserve District has experience with seed collection of spring ephemerals.
Ruth Rose
01:28:06
This is absolutely wonderful and so helpful to a landowner like myself, restoring several tiny remnants into connectivity with adjoining properties owned by DNR or Nature Conservancy here in NW Iowa. Thank you so much and please host more of these supportive and informative seminars!!
Margie Szymanskyj
01:28:54
Kelli Schultz of LCFP did several webinars, one of which was on woodland plants and she touched on timing of planting those seeds.
valerie cepa
01:30:12
Kelly Schultz is located in Illinois.
Cindy Crosby
01:30:28
Kelly are you willing to share your email?
Aaron Druery
01:30:39
I have transplanted Fawn Lily as bulbs with success. Also, seeds from Wingstem from existing local woodlands and edges.
hinsdale (il) prairie / kath thomas
01:42:26
thank you
Brandon Belcher
01:42:46
Thanks, Chris - appreciate your sharing the information!
James_Faupel
01:42:55
Thank you for inviting your blog friends Chris!!!
Seth McGee
01:42:55
Thanks Chris. Very informative. Seth McGee UW Madison
Cindy Crosby
01:43:03
Wonderful discussion — thank you!
addyson
01:44:25
Thank You, Chris and everyone!
Diane Wetherbee
01:44:44
Thanks, Chris! Once again, much food for thought, even for our tiny, disconnected prairie remnant. (Diane Wetherbee, The Flower Mound Prairie)
James_Faupel
01:53:39
Thanks again Chris. Some great conversations! Forgot to mention where I was attending from, St. Louis, Missouri. James Faupel - Restoration Ecology Coordinator, Missouri Botanical Garden/Litzsinger Road Ecology Center.
Cindy Crosby
01:59:34
Thank you for including us Chicago region folks! :)
addyson
02:00:14
I from Texas Gulf Coast.