Thursday, March 2nd

Creating Behavior Change

 

Field Trip

10:00-11:00a ET

Special Group Tour of the National Museum of the American Indian 4th St SW & Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20560. An hour-long highlights tour, or guided tour of one of the current exhibitions. Contact: Elayne Silversmith, through Annie Simpson. For more information: http://nmai.si.edu/explore/exhibitions/washington/

If you plan on participating in this excursion, please sign up using this Google Form.

 

Capitol Hill Lunch Seminars Cannon HOB Room 122

(25 min; 5 min Q/A)

 

11:30a ET Using Technologies to Catalyze Best Management Practices of Boaters for Cleaning, Draining and Drying Watercraft to Remove Aquatic Invasive Species. Ed Rudberg, Principal, CD3.

 

12:00p ET Weed Wranglers: Engaging Communities Nationwide Through an Annual Invasive Species Management Event. Steve Manning, President, Invasive Plant Control, Inc.

 

Afternoon Webinars

2:00p ET PlayCleanGo: Research on the Power of Positive Messaging. Susan Burks, Forestry and Invasive Species Program Coordinator, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.  

 

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3:00p ET Eleven Years of Firewood Behavior Change Research- What is working, and where should we go from here? Leigh Greenwood, Don’t Move Firewood Program Manager, The Nature Conservancy, Missoula, MT

 

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