Date: February 18th, 2021
Time: 11 a.m. to noon
CWF Rights-of-Way Habitat Restoration Program’s 2021 Pollinator Webinar Series
CWF is pleased to announce its second annual winter pollinator webinar series! Join CWF and your rights-of-way (ROW) manager peers in learning about other ROW projects in both Canada and the United States and how to implement these restoration projects in the field.
Three FREE webinars (January, February, March), and you can register directly through the Zoom link below.
Register: Thursday, January 21, 11 a.m. to noon EST
Register: Thursday, February 18, 11 a.m. to noon EST
Register: Thursday, March 11, 11 a.m. to noon EST
New York State Department of Transportation’s Pollinator Protection Efforts – January 21, 2021
Learn about the New York State DOT’s involvement in the CCAA – a voluntary conservation agreement to protect Monarch habitat and what their transportation department is doing in terms of pollinator-friendly policies, evaluation, mapping, monitoring, research and efforts along their roadsides.
Morgan’s Grant Corridor – A Community Greenspace Opportunity – February 18, 2021
Learn about a multi-partner approach to restoration in rights-of-way. Morgan’s Grant hydro corridor project involves the Briarbrook Brookside Morgan’s Grant Community Association, the Ottawa Stewardship Council, Hydro One with the City of Ottawa and several private sector supporters who are working together to improve the greenspace corridor for all residents. This program is a great model for other municipalities and community associations that want to strengthen community relationships and provide ecological habitat to build resiliency.
How Land Managers can Create Pollinator Habitat – March 11, 2021
Learn all the ins and outs of site selection, preparation and maintenance of a bare ground restoration to create pollinator habitat. Brittany Dobrzynski from New Jersey Audubon will provide details on how to install (with seeds and/or plugs) and manage your site with native plants for all of the growing season, along with providing some inspiring meadow habitat project examples.
More about CWF’s Rights-of-Way Habitat Restoration program