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Published on Nov 12, 2012

Best Management Practices for Solar and Wind Energy Development: A Conservationist's Guide. Allison Jones, Wild Utah Project. Recorded talk from 2012 Restoring the West Conference at Utah State University. The conference focused on balancing energy development and biodiversity. By Utah State University Extension Forestry. www.restoringthewest.org

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  1. 23

    Chris Robinson - Wearing Four Hats

  2. 24

    Scot Donato - Energy and Wildlife - Investments in Conservation

  3. 25

    Jonathan Haufler - Mitigating Impacts of Energy Development on Biodiversity

  4. 26

    Roger Rosentreter - Speak to me Lichen, How Stable is the Soil? Tell me its Disturbance History

  5. 27

    James Gazewood - Mitigating Environmental Impacts from Large-Scale Oil and Gas

  6. 28

    Jeffrey Beck - Research Provides Answers to Mitigate Impacts of Energy Development to Wildlife

  7. 29

    Pete Morton - Phased Energy Development and the Precautionary Principle

  8. 30

    Stephen Bloch - Energy Development and Wilderness Preservation as Compatible Goals

  9. 31

    Janice Thomson - Projecting Wildlife Impacts Before Oil and Gas Development

  10. 32

    Bob Budd - Sage-Grouse and Energy Development

  11. 33

    Paul R. Vahldiek Jr. - High Lonesome Ranch: A Private Landscape with Conservation Goals

  12. 34

    Bill James - Utah Division of Wildlife Resources' Approach to Impact Analysis and Mitigation

  13. 35

    Gregg Servheen - Towards a West Wide Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool (CHAT)

  14. 36

    Sarah Clark - The Effect of Energy Development on Rare Plant Fecundity in Colorado

  15. 37

    A. Cheyenne Burnett - Unique Habitat in a Fringe Greater Sage-Grouse Population

  16. 38

    Matthew Lewis - Dust Deposition is Correlated with Decreased Reproduction of an Endangered Shrub

  17. 39

    Brooke Bell - Greater Natural Buttes: One Model for Stakeholder Cooperation

  18. 40

    Mark Raymond - Responsible Use of Public Lands

  19. 41

    Temis Taylor - Mixing Oil Shale and Water Rights: A Case Study in Western Colorado

  20. Allison Jones - Best Management Practices for Solar and Wind Energy Development

  21. 43

    Jon Beckmann - Changes in Pronghorn Use of a Natural Gas Field in Greater Yellowstone

  22. 44

    Jayne Belnap - The Energy Footprint on the Landscape and What this Means for Ecosystems

  23. 45

    Utah Canopy Cover Mapping - Assesment in Action

  24. 46

    Strategic Tree Planting: Efforts to Maximize Tree Benefits

  25. 47

    USU Botanical Center Tree Evaluation Program

  26. 48

    The People Part of Forestry - public relations for urban forestry projects

  27. 49

    How to Talk Trees to Kids: Project Learning Tree ideas for industry professionals

  28. 50

    Tree Planting Primer: Remember the basics and learn new techniques just in time for Arbor Day

  29. 51

    An Introduction to Woody Biomass and Biochar in Utah

  30. 52

    The Effects of Urban Trees on Air Quality

  31. 53

    Experience Big Trees: National and Utah Perspectives

  32. 54

    Urban Forest Health: Common and New Tree Pests

  33. 55

    What it Takes to Grow a Good Root System

  34. 56

    Greg Aplet -- Managing for resilience through a "portfolio approach" to reducing climate risk

  35. 57

    Dominik Kulakowski -- The consequences of changing disturbance regimes for aspen in the western U.S.

  36. 58

    Simon Landhausser -- Role of plant species selection in rebuilding of resilient forest ecosystems

  37. 59

    Paul Rogers -- The many faces of quaking aspen: Biogeography meets resilience management

  38. 60

    James Lutz -- Restoring what? Pattern, process, and large longitudinal data sets

  39. 61

    Jerry F. Franklin -- Restoring frequent-fire forests and landscapes

  40. 62

    Andrew Kulmatiski -- Plant water use: Implications for climate change & fire dynamics

  41. 63

    Mark Brunson -- Managing for social-ecological resilience: A dimly lit path to a bright future?

  42. 64

    Rob Addington -- Restoring dry, frequent-fire forests in the face of global change

  43. 65

    Kristen Pelz -- A case for restoration to subalpine forests following bark beetle mortality

  44. 66

    Steve Daniels -- A collaborative approach to resilience: The Monroe Mountain Working Group

  45. 67

    Justin Britton -- Evaluation of treatment success in quaking aspen: Implications for management

  46. 68

    Jamie Laatsch -- USDA Forest Service's perspectives on forest management

  47. 69

    Emily Platt -- Institutional resilience of the US Forest Service

  48. 70

    James Long -- So you think you know aspen?

  49. 71

    Rosemary Sherriff -- Mapping evidence of historical & potential wildfire

  50. 72

    Joe Wheaton -- Beaver: Restoration liaison between riparian and upland systems

  51. 73

    Jessica Clement -- Climate change and avoiding a climate of fear

  52. 74

    Matthew Bekker -- Reconstruction of extreme drought from tree rings

  53. 75

    Karen Mock -- Triploidy in western aspen

  54. 76

    Simon Wang -- Predominant drought cycles in the Intermountain West

  55. 77

    Western Aspen Regeneration Ecology

  56. 78

    Biochar Basics

  57. 79

    Soil Basics and How Utah is Adapting

  58. 80

    Fire, Historical Change, and Resilience Management in Quaking Aspen

  59. 81

    Commercial Options for Managing Pests in the Home Orchard

  60. 82

    Trees and Water

  61. 83

    Arboriculture Art and Science at Michigan State University

  62. 84

    How to Grow a Good Tree Root System

  63. 85

    How Drought Affects Trees

  64. 86

    How to Fit Large Trees Into Landscapes

  65. 87

    What People, and Trees, Think about Utility Tree Pruning

  66. 88

    Introduction to the Federal Income Tax

  67. 89

    Basis, Capital Accounts, and Record-keeping

  68. 90

    Reforestation Tax Incentives

  69. 91

    Passive Loss Rules

  70. 92

    Economic Advantages of Estate Planning

  71. 93

    Introduction to Estate Planning

  72. 94

    Estate Planning Toolkit

  73. 95

    Timber Sales and Income

  74. 96

    Deduction and Depreciation

  75. 97

    Involuntary Conversions

  76. 98

    Christmas Trees

  77. 99

    Road Contracts and When to Abandon or Use Old Roads

  78. 100

    Road Upkeep

  79. 101

    Planting Trees in the Desert: Can We Have Our Cake and Eat it Too?

  80. 102

    Road Standards

  81. 103

    Road Drainage

  82. 104

    Millers Flat - An Integrated Tale

  83. 105

    Fire Science and You: Working with Your Local Fire Science Network

  84. 106

    Climate Change and Riparian Forest Communities: Implications for Small Streams in the Upper Color

  85. 107

    Managing Livestock Grazing for Riparian Recovery in Northeastern Nevada

  86. 108

    Grazing to Promote Riparian Health on a Private Ranch in Nevada

  87. 109

    Building Riparian Resilience through Collaboration

  88. 110

    Assessment and Monitoring Tools for Riparian Areas

  89. 111

    Riparian Forest Dynamics and Management Challenges on Mediterranean Climate Rivers

  90. 112

    Identifying, Restoring and Protecting Critical Coldwater Refugia in the high desert Owyhee Subbas

  91. 113

    A Riparian Conservation Network to Develop Ecological Resilience

  92. 114

    Partnering with Beaver to Improve Fish Habitat An Example of Cheap and Cheerful Restoration to P

  93. 115

    Restoring Riparian Ecosystems with Large Predators the Yellowstone Experience

  94. 116

    Riverscapes and Mindscapes Using Inventory, Monitoring, and Biogeography to Explore Riparian Man

  95. 117

    Understanding Challenges in Managing Riparian Systems at a Landscape Scale

  96. 118

    Effects of the 2011 Flood on Missouri River Cottonwood Forests: Implications for Restoration

  97. 119

    Riparian vegetation guilds: applications to small streams of the interior Pacific Northwest

  98. 120

    The Emergence of Reservoir Deltas in the Regulated Missouri River Opportunities for Cottonwood F

  99. 121

    A Prioritized Procedure for Determining Stream and Riparian Area Existing and Desired Conditions

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