Conservation Talk series

If you missed any of or Conservation Talk Series from earlier this year, you can now watch them online.  We will also be uploading new episodes to help keep people engaged and learning about conservation throughout the Palouse. 

January 8th: Targeted Conservation in the Palouse Watershed

February 12: Riverscapes by Design


March 11: Conservation with Native Plants

Using native plants to accomplish local conservation

April 8: Endangered Spalding's Catchfly of the Palouse Prairie 

Learn about recovery efforts for the federally threatened plant (Silene spaldingii)


In this video our own Zack Carter talk about "Conservation with Native Plants" and how you can use them to accomplish your own local conservation goals.  

Ryan Boylan teams up with WSU's Ames Fowler to talk about conservation agriculture on the Palouse, discuss some of their data, and how we can use research and monitoring to improve upon our current practices. 

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Pullman, WA 99163

Phone: 509-332-4101

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