Conservation Training Network Broadcasts

Live Broadcasts

Broadcasts are delivered online via the Livestream platform from the Conservation Training Network studio located
on the National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) campus near Shepherdstown, WV.

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Broadcast Schedule

June 24, 2021 Time: 1-1:30pm ET - LiveStream Broadcast Link or NCTC Facebook Live
NCTC Eagle's Nest Broadcast

Suzanne Fellows of the FWS Migratory Birds Program will discuss how the Federal Duck Stamp and Jr. Duck Stamp Programs have multiple benefits for both wildlife and people. We'll also provide nest updates and answer your eagle questions too. Please join us!

You can view the NCTC Eaglecam and watch for the eaglets to fledge at any time:  https://www.outdoorchannel.com/live/eaglecam 

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June 24, 2021 Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm ET- LiveStream Broadcast Link
Virtual Public Lecture: Environmental Historian Char Miller on “Biology, Conservation, and the Administrative State in Late 19th and early 20th C America.”

Pomona College Environmental Historian Char Miller will explore the links between federal scientists, economic development and the emergence of a more powerful nation-state in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Inside government, the cadre of researchers in the Biological Survey, such as C. Hart Merriam, Vernon Bailey, and Florence Merriam Bailey, identified, cataloged, and mapped the nation’s flora and fauna with an eye to ascertaining its economic value. In the academy, botanists like JM Coulter and his student William L. Bray—among many others—collaborated with the Biological Survey and other Bureaus to contribute to this larger project of marrying the scientific enterprise with the country’s growth and development. Their collective activism expanded the range and reach of these agencies, and was particularly propelled by the energetic TR who did not just establish the first wildlife refuges and vastly expand the number and size of national forests, but in doing so constructed what Brian Balogh calls the Administrative State.

Char Miller is the WM Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis and History at Pomona College and is author most recently of Hetch Hetchy: A History in Documents, co-editor of Theodore Roosevelt: Naturalist in the Arena and the Nature of Hope: Grassroots Organizing, Environmental Justice, and Political Change. Forthcoming is West Side Rising: How San Antonio’s 1921 Flood Devastated a City and Sparked a Latino Environmental Justice Movement and a biography of botanist/ecologist William L. Bray.

This talk is as part of NCTC’s Conservation Lecture Series, which is cosponsored by The Friends of the NCTC (http://www.friendsofnctc.org).

For more information, please contact Mark Madison (304-876-7276; mark_madison@fws.gov) or visit nctc.fws.gov/history/publiclectures.html.

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Contacts

During this time of Covid, please email all questions to broadcast@fws.gov.

  • NCTC Studio Control Room: 304-876-7666 (currently not available)
    Please Note: The studio control room is staffed only on scheduled broadcast days. If you need assistance, call one of the staff listed below.

  • Doug Canfieldr, Studio Manager,, doug_canfield@fws.gov
  • Melissa Gonzales, Studio Assistant, melissa_gonzalez@fws.gov
  • Rob Garfinkel, Graphics Technician, robert_garfinkel@fws.gov

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Resources

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