Thank you for joining us at the Prairie Wetland Partnership networking event!
University of Minnesota - Saint Paul
Results from the meeting. iClickers were used to gauge attendees opinions of the best way to harness the UMN's work on prairies and wetlands. Please note: (1) There were between 25 and 29 responses to each question, (2) the bar graph colors are not meaningful, and (3) the scale of the y-axes are not equal throughout.
The statewide plan referenced above is the Minnesota Prairie Conservation Plan. Attendees overwhelmingly supported a cooperation of some kind with the Conservation Plan.
Please email pwpMN@umn.edu to get involved in this core group!
Have ideas for workshops or grants to share? Looking for collaborators? Email pwpMN@umn.edu
Stay in touch! If you did not attend the May 9 networking event or otherwise RSVP, email pwpMN@umn.edu to join the mailing list.
The Prairie Wetland Partnership is especially seeking those in humanities, arts, communications, policy, and others to create a representative collection of the UMN's work on prairies and wetlands. Email pwpMN@umn.edu.
Schedule for May 9, 2013
4:30 pm: Refreshments
4:45 pm: Clarence Lehman, College of Biological Sciences, will present the idea of a concerted UMN inventory of prairie and wetland research.
5:00 pm: Neal Feeken, The Nature Conservancy, will present the Minnesota Conservation Plan
5:20 pm: Discussion of what we do and how the UMN Prairie Wetland Partnership can contribute to the Minnesota Conservation Plan
All UMN faculty, students, and staff working on prairies or wetlands in any capacity are invited.
Refreshments will be provided.
RSVP appreciated to pwpMN@umn.edu
*This event is generously supported by an Institute on the Environment Mini Grant.