From Milkweed to Meadowlarks: How Private Land Stewards can Lead the Way in Biodiversity Conservation - Shared screen with speaker view
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Campbell County & Roanoke, Va
Senna is also the host plant of sleepy orange caterpillars
Hi John, YES! We are recording and will be sharing a link to the recording with everyone who registered and will post it on our website.
If you have any questions for Charlotte, please feel free to leave them in the chat. We should have a few minutes for questions!
This was such a great presentation! Thank you Charlotte!
How often and when should you burn a field? Should you burn a field with Milkweed?
Are there educational programs, grants, or incentives in Virginia for landowners to rewild or transition their habitats toward more biodiverse conducive habitats, pollinator meadows, etc?
Milkweed seems to do fine at Big Meadows SNP after burning
Will this presentation be available for viewing later?
Hi Clare, yes we will share the link on our website.
THX Amy. Great presentation. Charlotte doing terrific job.
Thanks for the presentation and information and all of yall's stewardship work!
The Virginia Conservation Assistance Program (VCAP) is an urban cost-share program that provides financial incentives and technical and educational assistance to property owners installing eligible Best Management Practices (BMPs) in Virginia’s participating Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs).
Thank you for coming everyone! As a reminder we will send a link out to everyone with the recording and it will be posted on our website, too.
Is it possible to submit my property as a study site for VWL?
Thank you! Great presentation. Thanks for all that you do!
Thank you so much!