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AT ONLINE Beginner Birding Series


Hi BPTMN! If you’re looking for Advanced Training opportunities related to birding, check out this fun virtual Beginner Birding Series offered through Birding for Fun. These classes are approved for... Read More →


(AT) ONLINE – #TMNTuesday LOGGING VH:  You can earn AT (amount TBD based on length of presentation) for attending this #TMNTuesday. Log as AT: TMN Tuesday. You can count this session as Advanced... Read More →

AT ONLINE – Retail Milkweed Contamination Webinar

Hello BPTMN! This webinar addresses a nationwide problem threatening all pollinators, so it has been approved for AT for BPTMN members.   Program:  Retail Milkweed Contamination Webinar Description:  Join the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation and the University of Nevada-Reno for a webinar on Wednesday October 12 at 1pm - 2 pm CST to discuss the... Read More →


AT ONLINE DisabiliTree: Finding Ways to Integrate Nature and Accessibility

Hi Blackland Prairie Master Naturalsit! This online workshop uses the film DisabiliTree: A Film on Disability and Trees to discuss barriers to accessing nature.  The presentation is offered twice on October 12th, at 2:00 PM and 7:00PM Central.   Program:  DisabiliTree: Finding Ways to Integrate Nature and Accessibility Speaker:  Fiona Wyrtzen, Youth Forest Council Intern... Read More →

AT ONLINE – Leopold, Phenology, and YOU

Hello BPTMN, Here is a webinar from the Aldo Leopold Foundation on the topic of Aldo Leopold and Nina Leopold Bradley's own phenological practices.   Program:  Leopold, Phenology, and YOU... Read More →


AT ONLINE Pollinator Habitat 101-An Introduction and Refresher

Hey BPTMN Members, Here is a great series of ONLINE/FREE presentations from The Ohio State University College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences.  Per VH/AT Director LuAnne Ray, “The speakers are top notch and I think the knowledge will be general in nature and applicable to pollinator gardens of all regions including the Blackland Prairie.”... Read More →