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Passive reorientation

By: plintilh

Passive reorientation

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Plenary Session: Forest Ecosystem Change Through the Lens of Plant Functional Traits: Measurement, Management, and Monitoring

By: vmc

This was presented by Julia Burton. This presentation was one of two plenary sessions from the 2021 FEMC Annual Conference hosted virtually. For more content from the 2021 conference please go to https://www.uvm.edu/femc/cooperative/conference/2021

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Sture Hansson: University of Vermont Marsh Professor Lecture The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: On Algal Blooms in the Baltic Sea

By: presdent

Blue-green algal blooms are common in the Baltic Sea as well as in many lakes, and they are often seen as a nuisance and an indication of environmental degradation. But because something is ugly does not necessarily mean that it's also bad. Can cy...

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Lecture: Community Herbalism & Sense of Place (ENVS195OL3-PBHM2020)

By: kcelmer

ENVS 195 Plant-based Healing Medicine Lecture: Community Herbalism & Sense of Place (60 minutes)

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RSENR Fall Seminar Series: Dr. Mysha Clarke

By: krewcast

For the second installment of the 2020 RSENR Fall Seminar Series featuring early career researchers, Dr. Mysha Clarke gave a presentation entitled "Using protection motivation theory to understand invasive plant management on family forestlands".

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Thrips

By: uvmext

Pear thrips is a species of insect that while native to Europe and Eurasia has been present in the United States for over 100 years. This insect is slender and brown as an adult and just over one mm long with delicately fringed wings. Thrips were ...

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Invasive Worms

By: uvmext

Gardeners know that earthworms can be beneficial for growing vegetables and flowers by helping with soil aeration and producing fertilizer through their castings. Sugar makers may not know that earthworms and relatively newer invaders the so-calle...

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Guest Interview: Guido Mase' on Entheogens/Psychedelics and Sacred Plants

By: kcelmer

Guido Masé RH(AHG) is a clinical herbalist, herbal educator, and garden steward specializing in holistic Western herbalism, though his approach is eclectic and draws upon many influences. He spent his childhood in Italy, in the central Alps and i...