2022 Berggren Plan Web

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24 B10) CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES AND EDUCATION AFFECTING LANDOWNER VALUES Strategies • Provide information to children and their parents and teachers promoting the importance, conservation, and appreciation of Nebraska's fish, wildlife, and outdoor recreation resources Tactics CONTINUE to provide Nebraska-specific educational resources, including children's booklets, wildlife education trunks, outdoor event trailers, videos and lesson plans CONTINUE to use social media to engage new audiences in conservation and wildlife knowledge CONTINUE to coordinate wildlife celebrations throughout the year, including Nebraska Bird Month (May), Nebraska Pollinator Week (June) and Nebraska Reptile Month (October) CONTINUE to implement the community science project to engage a wide variety of constituents in conservation science and conservation actions CONTINUE our delivery of the Outdoor Discovery Program ("Expo School Days"), Growing Up WILD Program, Project WILD Program, and Trail Tales publication ASSESS our current programs to ensure they are reaching the desired audiences and having the desired effects B11) ADULT EXPERIENCES AND EDUCATION AFFECTING LANDOWNER VALUES Strategies • Use the best available information about pheasant-habitat relations, landscape effects on pheasant population potential, and social science on landowner attitudes to provide technical assistance to private landowners and partners on pheasant friendly practices and focus areas • Provide outreach and education opportunities to landowners and other partners on how to create and maintain high quality pheasant habitat, and intensify those efforts within focus areas • Seek ways to work collaboratively with partners to get our messages out to the public and landowners Tactics CONTINUE to emphasize one-on-one meetings between private lands biologists and landowners on visits to their land CONTINUE working with our conservation partners to organize habitat tours, CRP workshops, prescribed burn workshops, and other similar field days to engage private landowners BEGIN to develop Upland Gamebird Science Literacy website to share information regarding pheasant habitat needs, the wildlife and economic benefits of pheasant habitat conservation, etc� ASSESS the best ways to engage other farmer-trusted partners (e�g�, UNL Extension, Co-ops, crop consultants, farm managers, etc�) in delivering positive messages about the direct and indirect values of wildlife habitat in protecting other natural resources such as soil, water, air, etc�

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