Some of the Best Information Available for Prairie Restoration and Management in the Midwest: Why we need a lot of fire, conservative species, hemi-parasites, etc.

This post is simply a share. This presentation by Richard Henderson (retired WDNR and TPE Volunteer Steward) is a must watch. It lays it out perfectly. Why do we need frequent fire? The answers are here. What kinds of species are critical? The answers are here. How, what, and when to do the work? The answers are here. What about insects? The answers are here (and he’s published work on regal fritillary response to burning regimes). Wait a few slides, and the pictures argue for themselves. Bookmark this.

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