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    • Challenging Stereotypes: Diversity and the American Hunting Legacy

    • Human Dimensions;
    • The conservation community is talking a lot about barriers to hunting, especially for people living in urban areas and those who are underrepresented in the activity, including people of color and women. But what if the hunter stereotype itself is...
    • 2018-04-16
    • Connecting People with Nature: The Service's Past, Present and Future

    • Human Dimensions;
    • Join Natalie Sexton, Tylar Greene, and Kristen Gilbert as they discuss the journey that the US Fish and Wildlife Service has taken in transforming its brand, purpose, and engagement strategies since its inception and what is important for you to...
    • 2017-12-11
    • The Nature of Americans: A Dive Into the Findings

    • Human Dimensions;
    • In this episode, we take a dive into the findings from the Nature of Americans study, an initiative led by Dr. Stephen Kellert and DJ Case & Associates to understand and connect Americans to nature. Our guests are Dave Case and Daniel Escher from...
    • 2017-11-20
    • Visitor Use Management Tools to Improve Visitor Experiences

    • Podcast; Human Dimensions;
    • In this podcast, we’ll explore the basic principles and strategies of visitor use management, and the simple, accessible tools-you-can-use to effectively tackle projects involving visitor use of protected areas. Learn from Jennifer Reed, our...
    • 2017-07-28
    • PlayCleanGo: A behavior change campaign that works

    • Invasive species; Human Dimensions; Podcast;
    • Susan Burks, from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, joins us to discuss her work to prevent the spread of invasive species through a program called PlayCleanGo: Stop Invasive Species In Your Tracks. Developed in partnership with the US...
    • 2017-03-13
    • Building Visitor Centers, Building Relationships

    • Visitor services; Buildings, facilities and structures; Human Dimensions; Podcast;
    • In 2012, Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex began designing and building visitor centers for Desert, Ash Meadows, and Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuges. Larger efforts were underway to restore relationships and build partnerships with the...
    • 2016-07-28
    • Persuasive Communication for Behavior Change

    • Human Dimensions; Podcast;
    • Learn some tips for using persuasive communication to influence conservation behavior. In this podcast, we'll hear from Dr. Shawn Davis, professor of communication at Northern Michigan University and Ms. Lori Brown-Large of Action Research,...
    • 2015-09-29
    • Identifying and Engaging Stakeholders

    • Human Dimensions; Podcast;
    • Who are stakeholders? Why do you need to know? In this podcast, Dr. Katie Steiger-Meister, Senior Public Affairs Specialist with the USFWS Midwest Office of External Affairs, talks about the importance of and tools for stakeholder identification...
    • 2015-09-29
    • New Human Dimensions Resource Website for U.S. FWS

    • Human Dimensions; Podcast;
    • We've recently released the Human Dimensions Resource Portal ( This site for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees provides access to human dimensions tools and resources applicable to conservation work and has...
    • 2015-09-22
    • Human-Wildlife Interactions: Coexisting with Key Deer

    • Endangered species; Podcast; Human Dimensions; Podcast;
    • Human-wildlife interactions can create obstacles for wildlife conservation efforts. In this podcast we’ll hear from Nancy Finley, manager of the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuge Complex, and Dave Case from D.J. Case & Associates, about the...
    • 2015-05-20
    • 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...
    • 2014-05-28
    • 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...
    • 2013-09-23
    • 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...
    • 2013-08-08


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