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Blue Week: Globally Rare in Your Backyard - Shared screen with speaker view
Christina Kuchle
01:00:12
I would enjoy the video. 😊
Melanie Coulter
01:00:12
Yes !
Cheri Kaintz
01:00:19
yes
Lisa Denys
01:00:20
yes
Debbie Perlmutter
01:00:28
sure
Theresa Imre
01:14:22
Great presentation thank you!!
Hal Mann
01:14:32
thanks Brian. Great job!
Nick Boylan
01:14:35
Question re: vernal pools
Kim Smith
01:14:52
Thanks Brian and Ashlee! Enjoyed this.
Nick Boylan
01:15:01
To what degree should we be mowing/maintaining those areas are dry
Nick Boylan
01:15:13
When* they are dry
Jon Zabowski
01:15:20
Wow, excellent video and great presentation. Thank you Brian and Ashlee!
Cheri Kaintz
01:15:27
Thank you. Very interesting.
Grace Peterson
01:15:34
In that first area, what snake was that?
Melanie Coulter
01:15:34
QUESTION: you mentioned similar plants in pig farm and sites in Kentucky …. are there pockets of similar rare wet plants in similar habitats between here and there?
Jan Dixon
01:15:41
Very informative and great job Brian!! Thank you!
Steven Lauer
01:16:08
Great presentation Brian! How can I learn more about the management plan for the Bettinger property?
Debbie Perlmutter
01:16:32
Thank you. My computer has been giving me trouble today, but I did get most of the presentation - very interesting!
Kim Smith
01:16:35
I think you showed the Massasauga rattlesnake too?
Grace Peterson
01:17:29
Great presentation! I'll bet you could go on much longer!
Nick Boylan
01:19:02
Thanks. Follow-up re: the vernal pools, I'm thinking less about the woodies and more about the risk/reward of mowing later into the season (july/aug) when the areas have established foliage for the year, but only become dry enough for maintenance during those times. Is there any benefit from a mow during the heat of the season, or with the foliage at near peak is it not really beneficial. The particular area I'm thinking of is a couple acres that is water-covered or mucky from Oct-Dec and Mar-May/June.
Steven Lauer
01:19:52
Thank you!
Nick Boylan
01:20:43
Thanks. It can be a follow-up offline
Ashlee Decker
01:21:50
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