An interview with Dr. Stephen Kress, Vice President of bird conservation, National Audubon Society, as part of the "Conservationists in Action Series" hosted by Dr. Mark Madison, Historian, NCTC in 2003.
An Overview of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This 3-minute vid eo presents an overview of the work and activities of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, America's principal wildlife conservation agency.
Bridging the Gaps is about understanding and accepting people from each of the four generations, and learning to interact in ways that increase engagement, satisfaction and productivity.
Bridging the Gaps is about understanding and accepting...
Conservation in Action Series - NCTC Historian, Dr. Mark Madison hosts an interview with author and conservationist Katie Fallon. Katie’s first book, Cerulean Blues: A Personal Search for a Vanishing Songbird. May 16, 2013.
Cerulean Blues: A...
Conservation in Action Series - Presented by WV Division of Natural Resources Ornithologist, Richard Bailey. Topics include raptors, songbirds, migratory birds, conservation issues and an overview of the WV Breeding Bird Atlas.
videography; aquatic animals; fish management; fishes; conservation science; broadcast
Conservation in Action Series. Presented by author and ecologist Anders Halverson. February 27, 2013. “An Entirely Synthetic Fish” is the true story of the rainbow trout.
Sometimes vilified for their devastating effects on the native...
Conservation in Action Series:
NCTC Historian Mark Madison will host an interview with award-winning author William Souder. On a Farther Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson is Souder's newly released biography. October 3, 2012.
Videography;conservation;connecting people with nature;meetings; broadcast;
Conservation in Action:
Interview with author Lynne Cherry. She is the author and/or illustrator of over thirty award-winning books for children. Her best-selling books such as The Great Kapok Tree and A River Ran Wild teach children to respect...
Videography; BROADCAST; insects; Community lecture;
Dr. Leskey, a stink bug research entomologist from the USDA Agricultural Research Service's Appalachian Fruit Research Station in nearby Kearneysville, West Virginia, focuses her talks chiefly on the impacts to agriculture.
Features an Introduction to FBMS (Financial & Business Management System); Telework Policy, Jim Willis, NCTC Deputy Director; and Supervising Remote Staff, Dan Nahler, Special Assistant Broadcast date: Aug 4, 2011