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VNPS Annual Meeting and Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Toni Viudez
01:20:21
Thanks for start recording this talk … It would be nice to upload it to YouTube or some platform like that.
Nancy Vehrs
01:22:33
Mark will upload it to our website.
magie
01:36:35
can we get this info of tour as a doc?
Nancy Vehrs
01:36:49
The VNPS has visited The Pinnacles as part of a week-long field trip.
Marc Imlay
01:36:51
Trails shoild be less than 19 feet wide for all species to be able to cross and maintain less fragmentation, 45 feet wide for most mammals.
Marilyn Schroeder
01:37:55
Are the trails maintained? Blazed?
Nancy Vehrs
01:38:42
The Preserves that are open to the public have well-marked trails.
cgrymes2@gmail.com
01:39:38
Think Pinnacle was a refuge for oaks/maples at the Last Glacial Maximum, or has the species mix changed so much in last 15,000 years that the original First Families of Virginia saw hemlock, pine and spruce there?
Michael Wilpers
01:40:07
Is it typical of limestone slopes to have those two trees more associated with riparian zones -- pin oak and silver maple?
Marc Imlay
01:41:06
80% of snails are found in limestone habitats because they need calciun for their shells
Toni Viudez
01:44:47
I see a lot of goldenrod
Michael Wilpers
01:51:32
How is that powerline meadow maintained -- if by mowing, how often and when?
Marc Imlay
01:51:38
so mow the way the buffalo grazed, which native plants are adjusted to, not the way cattle graze.
Cathy Flanagan
01:51:44
what is the name of this pink flower
Nancy Vehrs
01:52:04
Tall Barbara's Buttons
Cathy Flanagan
01:52:15
thank you:-)
Johnny Townsend
01:54:41
The Virginia record for species richness at 100 square meter scale is in the difficult creek powerline
Adrienne Frank
01:56:15
Doesn
Adrienne Frank
01:56:43
Doesn’t mowing spread invasive species?
Laura Greenleaf
01:57:53
Will Dominion consider standardizing selective herbiciding; that is, treat all rights-of-way as though there are occurrences of rare plants so we can keep what is still 'common'?
Jim Hurley
02:02:35
on crow's nest, what impacts from green ash dieoff are you noticing at the herb layer?
Jim Hurley
02:03:36
crow's nest again--looks like bidens aristosa--happy with that, nativity uncertain?
cgrymes2@gmail.com
02:14:15
is hydrology of preserves sufficiently intact that they are not at risk of damaging fires - such as those in Dismal Swamp?
Christina's iPhone
02:18:46
This is an amazing presentation. Thank you so much! I can’t wait to watch it again and then to visit these sites.
Susan Gitlin
02:21:51
Sorry if this was already asked...but are there any rules in place for hikers to reduce the likelihood of tracking in invasives? e.g., washing shoes before hiking?
Cathy Flanagan
02:22:01
Beautiful!!! Thank you!!
Toni Viudez
02:22:14
Amazing presentation!!!
Jan Newton
02:22:41
I was wondering about the mosses, ferns and lichen at The Channels. Looks lovely.
Pat Quinn
02:22:43
Fantastic!
Toni Viudez
02:22:44
I can’t believe what wonderful places we have only in our state
Michael Wilpers
02:23:06
Does the Natural Heritage Program have reliable support in the VA legislature?
Toni Viudez
02:23:11
Thanks
Valerie Kenyon Gaffney
02:23:14
What an amazing, inspiring presentation! Can’t wait to put my hiking boots on!
Linda Mallery
02:23:24
wonderful presentation. Thanks for sharing.
Anne Clewell
02:23:31
Wonderful. Many thanks, Chris.
Linda Wilcox
02:24:02
This has been great! So glad we could join you from Indiana.
linda ardrey
02:24:09
Love this presentation! Thank you so much!
Anita Tuttle
02:24:23
Thanks to Hal Wiggins of Army Corp & erstwhile Fredericksburg Chapter for his decades of work to make Crow's Nest a reality!
Rae Kasdan
02:25:05
terrific presentation, thanks!
Beth
02:25:37
Nicely done! Thank you.
Jan Newton
02:27:30
Oh, I SOOOOOO MISS VIRGINIA! Thanks for a great presentation!
scotthemler
02:28:06
Great talk! Thanks for preserving these beautiful places!
Linda Wilcox
02:28:34
We do too, Jan!
Lori Bowes
02:30:14
Did the VNPS campaign to raise funds for the Cedars accomplish all that it sought to do?
Karen
02:30:16
Thanks so very much! Loved this presentation! I miss Virginia; hope I can help NC to catch up!
Peggy
02:30:19
Thank you. Beautiful program.
Jan Newton
02:31:34
Thank you, Chris! The longer the better!!!
Carol Heiser
02:31:37
Thanks for a great program!!
Cathy Flanagan
02:31:38
Thanks to all - wonderful progrma
scotthemler
02:31:40
Thanks !
Toni Viudez
02:31:43
bye
Joanne Hutton
02:31:46
Good evening
Anita Tuttle
02:31:48
Marvelous! Thanks Nancy, Chris, & VNPA
Laura Neale
02:31:52
Thank you so much!
Sally Anderson
02:31:53
Thanks you!
Dan Fulford
02:31:56
THANK YOU
kathy o'shea
02:32:01
thank you!
Tal Jacobs
02:32:02
Reminder that there is currently a public comment period for petition to deregulate transgenic clone of the American Chestnut. Plenty of interesting debate to be had to here. https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/newsroom/stakeholder-info/sa_by_date/sa-2020/sa-08/ge-chestnut
AlexanderFisher
02:32:08
Thank you Chris!