Open Day Presentations made at the 2014 NRDAR National Workshop in Phoenix, AZ

Note: The information, views, and opinions expressed in the presentations are those of the presenter(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of ORDA, the Department of the Interior or any agency of the U.S. government.
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Planning, Partnering, & Restoring in the Face of an Uncertain Future Climate:

Using Scenarios to Find Robust Management Solutions to Highly Uncertain Futures – Sam Veloz, Point Blue, CA

Biological Carbon Sequestration Activities in the National Wildlife Refuge System – Mike Hooper, USGS, Columbia, MO; John Schmerfeld, FWS, Arlington, VA; & Zhiliang Zhu, USGS, Reston, VA

Conservation and Partnering Across the Landscape – Lisa Irby, Ducks Unlimited, Memphis, TN


Ecosystem Services:

Update on Ecosystem Services – Kristin Skrabis, DOI, Washington, DC

EnviroAtlas: A New Geospatial Tool Connecting Ecosystem Services People, and Well-Being Through Mapping, Analysis and Information Access – Brian Pickard, EPA, Office of Research and Development, Research Triangle Park, NC

A Breakthrough Collaboration: The Economics of Ecosystems – Mary Draves, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI


Tribal Restoration:

Land Acquisition for the Siletz Tribe and Conservation Easements for Old-Growth Forests to Protect Marbled Murrelet Populations – Mike Kennedy, Siletz Tribe, Siletz, OR

Fox River and Green Bay Restoration Projects and the Oneida Tribe – Dan Brooks, Oneida Tribe, Oneida, WI

Development of Tribal Restoration Workforce Initiatives – Marissa Fierro, Pit River Tribe, Burney, CA & Marko Bey, Lomakatsi Restoration Project, Ashland, OR


International Restoration & Innovative Partnerships:

International Restoration: Rationale and Growing Chocolate for the Birds (An Example from Belize) – Anne Condon, FWS, Gloucester, VA & Molly Sperduto, FWS, Concord, NH

Postcards from the Edge: International Restoration Projects from California Trustee Councils – Janet Whitlock, FWS, Sacramento, CA & Carolyn Marn, FWS, Sacramento, CA

The Southern Wings Program: A Partnership of State Fish and Wildlife Agencies – Edwin Juarez, Arizona Fish and Game Department, Phoenix, AZ & Mike Ingraldi, Arizona Fish and Game Department, Phoenix, AZ