Wetlands of Nebraska -- Their Diversity Will Surprise You!
by Ted LaGrange, Wetlands Program Manager,
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Thursday, August 12, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
Wachiska Program — Thursday, July 8, 7:00 p.m., via Zoom web conference (registration required) Link to register:
Copy and paste this link into your browser or go to Wachiska’s website after July 1 and click on the link directly from the notice to register. You will then receive a confirmation with the meeting number and password. Keep that email and a few minutes before the program is to begin, click on that confirmation and you’ll be invited into the meeting.
Come and learn about Nebraska’s diverse and valuable wetlands and what is being done to conserve them. Information about wetlands throughout Nebraska will be shared, with some special focus given to the unique saline wetlands located in and around Lincoln. This presentation will cover what a wetland is, why they are important, the variety of wetland types found across Nebraska, how they have been altered, and what conservation actions are being taken to improve wetlands in our state, including options for landowners. A sneak-peek of some new and innovative wetland outreach materials in a collaboration with Platte Basin Timelapse will be included.
Ted LaGrange has worked as the wetland program manager for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission for 27 years. In this capacity, he works on a variety of wetland issues throughout Nebraska, including partnerships, private land restoration programs, public lands management, research, regulations, and outreach. Prior to moving to Nebraska, Ted worked for eight years as a waterfowl research technician for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. Ted received B.S. and M.S. degrees in wildlife biology from Iowa State University. His professional interests are in prairie wetlands and waterfowl/water bird ecology.
Join Wachiska Audubon for the next Zoom presentation on Thursday, August 12, at 7:00 p.m. to learn more about Nebraska’s wetlands. This free public program will be available to all who register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcoc-uqrDgqH9dEFsV8nNeQjnc4jOkJI0LY.
Copy and paste this link into your browser or go to Wachiska’s website after August 1 and click on the link directly from the notice to register. You will then receive a confirmation with the meeting number and password. Keep that email and a few minutes before the program is to begin, click on that confirmation and you’ll be invited into the meeting. Urge your friends and colleagues to join us, too.