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    • Meet Forest McCarthy

    • Wilderness; Skiing; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • McCarthy's pioneering work utilized historic photos and contemporary excursions to chronicle the significant changes occurring over the last hundred years in arctic landscapes. Forrest McCarthy has been a wilderness advocate and back country skier...
    • A conversation with Larry Battson;

    • Rare species; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • Bigfoot is a legendary (some claim “imaginary”) ape-like human who has been reportedly sighted from California to Indiana. Battson will give a presentation on the facts and fictions of Bigfoot including analysis of recordings of Bigfoot and...
    • Beyond the Blue Goose Signs

    • Podcast; Human Dimensions;
    • Natalie Sexton, Chief of Human Dimensions Branch/ NWRS, interviews Charlie Pelizza, Refuge Manager of Everglades Headwaters NWR and Conservation Area about the human dimensions of landscape conservation and planning. Charlie shares lessons learned...
    • Understanding a Changing America: A Key to Successful Conservation

    • Podcast; Human Dimensions;
    • Being relevant in our conservation work requires that we understand the demographic changes in the US. In this podcast, Dr. Steve Murdock, Rice University professor and former director of the U.S. Census Bureau, shares some key demographic and...
    • Strategic Communication for Strategic Conservation

    • Podcast; Human Dimensions
    • If we want people to conserve fish, wildlife and habitats, we must better understand how to engage with our audiences and effectively communicate with them. In this podcast, Dr. Jessica Thompson, Northern Michigan State University professor, shares...
    • Peter Essick

    • Photography; Climate change; Podcast;
    • Mark Madison speaks with Peter at the Sc3 at the NCTC in Shepherdstown, WV. For the past 23 years, Peter Essick has worked as a freelance photojournalist. His main client has been National Geographic magazine, and he has produced more than 30...
    • A conversation with Randy Olson

    • Marine ecology; Climate change; Climate effects; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • Randy Olson was a professor of marine biology at the University of New Hampshire. Despite his Harvard Ph.D., four years of post-doctoral research in Australia and Florida, and years of diving around the world from the Great Barrier Reef to...
    • Finis Dunaway discussing Sc3

    • History; Climate change; Podcast;
    • Finis Dunaway, Professor Trent University, Canada, speaks with FWS Historian Mark Madison about the Sc3 held at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV.
    • Mark Madison speaks with Lisa Mighetto

    • Environmental education; History; Wildlife management; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • Lisa Mighetto is the Executive Director of the Amerian Society for Environmental History.
    • A talk with John Grabowska, NPS filmmaker

    • Environmental education; Environments (Natural); Historic sites; History; Parks; Wildlife viewing; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • John discusses Yellowstone National Park and the making of his film "Land to Life".
    • Mark Madison talks with John Francis

    • Environmental education; Environments (Natural); Children; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • John Francis was in his twenties when a 1971 oil spill in San Francisco Bay jarred his comfortable life. Even as he joined the volunteers who scrubbed the beaches and fought to save birds and sea creatures poisoned by petroleum, he felt the need to...
    • A conversation with Stephen Potter

    • Education; Historic sites; History; Native Americans; Rivers and streams; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • Stephen discusses his presentation "Aboriginal America and the Potomac Frontier, 1607-1676"
    • A conversation with William Souder

    • Education; Environmental education; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • William Souder’s work has appeared in many publications, including the Washington Post, New York Times, and Harper’s. He is the author of three books. A Plague of Frogs (2000) followed the investigation into outbreaks of deformed frogs across...
    • A conversation with Juan Martinez

    • Education; Education outreach; Energy; Children; Podcast; Public Lecture;
    • Juan Martinez is Director, Natural Leaders Network within the Children & Nature Network. A proud product of south central Los Angeles, Juan D. Martinez is the national Natural Leaders Network coordinator for the Children & Nature Network. His...

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