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Women for Water Gathering 2019

May 1 @ 8:30 am - 2:00 pm UTC+0

$25

Meet with women from across Nebraska and the globe to learn about their contributions to provide clean water for future generations during the 2019 conference on May 1. The audience can hear from female leaders in all things related to policy, culture, science and engineering, and are encouraged to bring questions related to furthering engagement to inspire future water leaders. Registration is $25 and brunch will be included.

Details

Date:
May 1
Time:
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$25
Website:
https://waterforfood.nebraska.edu/news-and-events/events/2019/02/women-for-water-gathering-2019

Organizer

Water for Food
Phone:
(402) 472-5145
Website:
https://waterforfood.nebraska.edu/

Venue

Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center
2021 Transformation Dr, Lincoln, NE 68508
Lincoln, NE 68508 United States
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Website:
https://innovate.unl.edu/nic-conference-center

What we’ve been up to lately

September 22-27

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Nature and Wildlife Workshop

Mike Forsberg and Dave Showalter will attend as workshop faculty and Mariah, Grant, Ethan, Brooke and Carlee will participate in the summit in Jackson Hole.

September 16-21

Driggs, Idaho

Greater Yellowstone Crane Festival

Mike Forsberg will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming second annual festival in Driggs, Idaho.

September 14, 2019

Wildcat Hills, Scottsbluff, Nebraska

Grant, Mariah, Brooke and Mike Forsberg will get footage from a wildfire suppression training the Gering Fire Department will host that will act as a prescribed burn to manage for grasslands. PBT will produce an upcoming story about the fire's benefits in the Wildcat Hills and surrounding ecosystems.

September 6, 2019

Great Plains Art Museum

“In the Bohemian Alps”

The Great Plains Art Museum will host Mike Farrell's exhibition, “In the Bohemian Alps,” September 6 through December 21 in its gallery at 1155 Q St.

May 19, 2019

“Change we've never seen before”

Peter Salter, a reporter from the Lincoln Journal Star, wrote an article on May 19 about the PBT and the effect the March flooding had on the project and some of the cameras set up along the river.

May 1, 2019

Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center

Women for Water Gathering 2019

Mariah presented “A Watershed in Motion” at the inaugural Women for Water Gathering 2019, hosted by the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at Nebraska Innovation Campus on May 1.

April 27, 2019

Kimball Recital Hall

“Time and the River” World Premiere

Kurt Knecht, a lecturer in UNL's Glenn Korff School of Music, composed the “Time and the River” piece, which was inspired by and incorporated images from the PBT project. Nine members from the GKSOM performed the piece and the program include additional performances from GKSOM faculty.

April 17, 2019

Hardin Hall Auditorium

Water Seminar Series: Jason Gurdak, San Francisco State University associate professor of earth and climate sciences

As the last part of UNL's fifth annual Water Seminar Series, Gurdak presented a Williams Memorial Lecture.

April 16, 2019

Kiawanis Club meeting

Grant and Ethan presented information on their projects on the Wildcat Hills and the Prairie Corridor on Haines Branch during the meeting.

April 7, 2019

Niobrara River Valley Nebraska

Prescribed Fire Training Exchange controlled burns series

Mariah, Ethan and Grant presented in the evening at the event. Acceptance was required.

April 7, 2019

Nebraska Innovation Campus

19th annual Weatherfest and Central Plains Severe Weather Symposium

PBT team members hosted an interactive exhibit with informational material and activities at the event.

April 3, 2019

Hardin Hall Auditorium

Water Seminar Series: Rod DeBuhr, Upper Big Blue NRD assistant general manager

During the second to last part of UNL's annual Water Seminar Series, DeBuhr presented “One District, Two Plans, One Water.”

March 22,2019

The World Theatre

Kearney's theater screened “Follow the Water,” which Mariah co-produced with time-lapse production by Grace, Ethan, Grant and Carlee. Forsberg, Farrell, Christine and Pete ended the screening with a panel discussion.

March 22, 2019

Holiday Inn Hotel and Convention Center

Audubon's Nebraska Crane Festival

Mike Farrell was the lunchtime speaker at the festival, which brings together crane lovers from around the country, according to the website.

March 21, 2019

Nebraska Innovation Campus

Nebraska Climate Summit

Partners across UNL and Nebraska lead an information session on climate and climate change, according to UNL Announce. Martha Shulski, director of the state climate office, was featured on PBT's “Voices of the Platte” and was a leader at the summit. Topics included weather and climate monitoring, climate and agriculture, health and municipalities, among other topics.

March 16, 2019

Crane Trust Nature and Visitor Center

Wild About Nebraska Speaker Series

A team member presented “A Watershed in Motion” during the series.

March 13, 2019

Hardin Hall Auditorium

Water Seminar Series: Mike Sousek, Lower Elkhorn NRD general manager

Sousek gave a presentation as part of UNL's fifth annual Water Seminar Series, which explores the priorities and challenges Nebraska's natural resource districts face. His presentation was titled “Managing Nitrates in the Bazile Groundwater Management Area.”

March 12, 2019

Mike Forsberg spoke at the Friends of the University of Nebraska State Museum meeting and banquet.

March 10, 2019

Crane Trust Nature and Visitor Center

Follow the Water Screening

On March 10, the Crane Trust Nature and Visitor Center screened the NET documentary, “Follow the Water.” The film, co-produced by Mariah, features Mike Forsberg, Pete Stegen and Mike Farell, and interns Grace, Ethan, Grant and Carlee helped produce the documentary. The event was free and open to the public.

March 8, 2019

Crane Trust Nature and Visitor Center

CoJMC pop-up class: Platte River Crane Experience

Forsberg and Farrell took a team of UNL students to document the annual crane migration on the central Platte River. The class, JOUR 491/891.953 Platte River Crane Experience, offered through the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, encouraged students to take the opportunity to tell a story of the migration, one of nature's great shows.

February 16, 2019

University of Nebraska State Museum

Cherish Nebraska public opening day

Interactive content created by Platte Basin Timelapse displayed on the fourth level of the Nebraska State Museum as a part of the Cherish Nebraska exhibit.

February 8, 2019

Nebraska Innovation Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska

Sandhills Workshop

Forsberg, Farrell, Mariah, Morgan, Carlee, Grant and Ethan participate in and help UNK colleagues Mary and Emma facilitate this all-day workshop. Farrell presented “A Watershed in Motion.”

February 7, 2019

NET premieres “River of Surprises,” an 8-minute short film documenting the last leg of Mike and Pete's journey through the Platte Basin following a mythical drop of water from the snowmelt in the Rockies to the Plains

January 31, 2019

Hardin Hall, Lincoln, Nebraska

“Follow the Water” School of Natural Resources screening

Free and open to the public, the University of Nebraska – Lincoln's School of Natural Resources screened “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Grace, Ethan, Grant, and Carlee. A panel discussion with Forsberg and Pete followed.

November 29, 2018

Nebraska Prairie Museum, Holdrege, Nebraska

Farrell speaks at the Nebraska Prairie Museum where Water/Ways, a collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and state humanities councils nationwide, exhibits from November 17 – December 21, 2018

October 24, 2018

Nebraska Innovation Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska

National Institute for Water Resources Regional Symposium

Mariah and Morgan present “A Watershed in Motion”

October 9 – October 11, 2018

Whitefish, Montana

Montana Watershed Coordination Council Symposium

Watershed Storytelling workshop presented by Forsberg, Mariah, Mary, Emma and Brooke in partnership with Chris Johns, project lead for National Geographic Society’s Beyond Yellowstone on Tuesday, October 9th

October 1-2, 2018

Dawson and Custer County, Nebraska

Morgan visits the Custer County Historical Society Museum in Broken Bow and speaks with a ranch owner, farmer and feedlot operator outside Lexington while reporting a story about a local family

October 2018

Farrell's photographs and essay “My Path to the River” published in Great Plains Research's Fall 2018 issue. See story here.

September 24 -26, 2018

The Northern Hotel, Billings, Montana

Western Landowner Alliance Conference

Forsberg and Sandhills rancher Sarah Sortum co-present on PBT and the Nebraska Sandhills on the evening of Tuesday, September 25th

September 23, 2018

Dawson and Custer County, Nebraska

Morgan visits a Custer County ranch and the Lexington area while reporting a story about a local family

September 16-21, 2018

Jackson, Wyoming

Summit Nature Photography Workshop

Forsberg attends as faculty instructor and public presenter with Carlee and Brooke on scholarship from the Summit as attendees

September 12, 2018

Outside Lincoln, Nebraska

Saline Wetlands Open House

Mariah, Brooke and Morgan share images captured on PBT cameras from the Marsh Wren Saline Wetland during an open house aiming to inform the public about the newly-developed wetland

August 18, 2018

PBS premieres “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Grace, Ethan, Grant, and Carlee on NET Television – See more here

August 2, 2018

Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center, Lincoln, Nebraska

Premiere of “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Grace, Ethan, Grant and Carlee – See more here

July 16, 2018

Crane Trust, Wood River, Nebraska

Forsberg and Morgan photograph grassland bird mist netting research – See story here

July 12, 2018

Fontenelle Forest, Bellevue, Nebraska

Premiere of “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Grace, Ethan, Grant and Carlee – See more here

July 8, 2018

Midwest Theater, Scottsbluff, Nebraska

Premiere of “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Grace, Ethan, Grant and Carlee – See more here

June 22-26, 2018

Poudre Canyon, Colorado

Forsberg, Emma, and Mariah shoot along the Cache la Poudre River in Poudre Canyon for the upcoming story about the American Dipper and the Platte Basin’s only designated Wild and Scenic River

June 6-11, 2018

Wildcat Hills, and Valentine National Wildlife Refuge, Nebraska

On the first half of the trip, Grant and Mariah were filming in the Wildcat Hills for the upcoming story about the geography of the region and the species that live within. On the second half of the trip, Grant, Carlee and Mariah were filming trumpeter swan researchers for the upcoming story about trumpeter swans.

June 3, 2018

The World Theatre, Kearney, Nebraska

Premiere of “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Grace, Ethan, Grant and Carlee – See more here

May 29-June 1, 2018

Wildcat Hills, Nebraska

Forsberg, Mariah, Brooke, and Grant will be backpacking through the Wildcat Hills to tell the story of its geography and the species that live within

April 26, 2018

Nebraska East Union, Lincoln, Nebraska

Daugherty Water for Food Research Forum

Mariah presents “Seeing a Watershed in Motion” with interns Grant and Ethan

April 24, 2018

Center for Great Plains Studies, Lincoln, Nebraska

Staff screening of “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Carlee, Ethan, Grace and Grant – See more here

April 23-24, 2018

Switzer Ranch, Burwell, Nebraska

Mary collaborates with Streaming Science on mobile electronic field trip “Ranches, Rivers, and Rats”

April 18-20, 2018

Kearney, Nebraska

Plains Safaris: A Conference on Tourism and Conservation in the Great Plains

Forsberg, Farrell and Mary present “Seeing a Watershed in Motion” and Mariah, Morgan and Emily attend – See more here

April 16, 2018

Center for Great Plains Studies, Lincoln, Nebraska

PBT team presents our current and past projects to Anne Hubbard, Omaha radiologist and lead of the Claire M. Hubbard Foundation

April 10-14, 2018

Cache La Poudre River Canyon, near Fort Collins, Colorado

Mariah and Morgan document Forsberg photographing American Dippers for our larger story on the Poudre River and were accompanied by field assistant Dave

April 1, 2018

Amy and Mikaela start as our production interns

March 29, 2018

The World Theatre, Kearney, Nebraska

River Media Festival

PBT multimedia selections screened as well as Mary and Jacob Rosdail’s documentary, “Life on the Gila” – See more here

March 28-April 2

Kearney, Nebraska

The Wildlife Society Central Mountains and Plains Section/Nebraska Chapter and Great Plains Fire Science Exchange combined annual meeting

Forsberg and Mary present “Perceiving a Watershed in Motion”

March 25-26, 2018

Crane Trust, Wood River, Nebraska

PBT staff trip watching Sandhill Crane migration

March 23, 2018

Kearney, Nebraska

Audubon Nebraska Crane Festival

Farrell presents personal essay “My Path to the River” and Forsberg attends – See essay here

March 23, 2018

Spring Creek Prairie, Denton, Nebraska

Mariah presents “Seeing a Watershed in Motion” to the Friendship Force

March 23-25, 2018

Lincoln, Nebraska

SciComm

Emma presents “Application of Time-lapse Photography and Acoustic Technologies to Perceive a Watershed in Motion”

March 2-11, 2018

Cocobolo Nature Reserve, Panama

Women Wildlife Filmmakers Workshop

Mariah and intern Grace, who received an IANR scholarship to attend, participate

March 1, 2018

Morgan starts as our staff journalist

December 1, 2017

Michaela starts as our social media intern

November 21, 2017

Kearney, Nebraska

Nebraska Water Resources Association & Nebraska State Irrigation Association Joint Convention

Forsberg and Mary present “Seeing a Watershed in Motion”

November 14, 2018

America’s Grasslands Conference

Fort Worth, Texas

Mary presents “Research and Educational Efforts to Communicate about the Biodiversity of Wet Meadows and Prairies along Rivers of Central Nebraska”

November 13-16, 2017

Washington, D.C.

International League of Conservation Photographers’ WildSpeak Symposium

Forsberg, Mariah and interns Grant and Ethan attend

October 26-27, 2017

Switzer Ranch, Burwell, Nebraska

Shoot for “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Carlee, Ethan, Grace and Grant – See more here

October 17-19, 2017

UC Davis, California

Riparian Summit 2017 – Confluence to Influence

Mary and Forsberg present “Our Connection to Riparian Systems through the Arts”

September 24-30, 2017

Jackson, Wyoming

Summit Photography Workshop

Mike instructs and interns Grant and Ethan attend

September 24-26, 2017

Kearney, Nebraska

Nebraska Association of Resource Districts Annual Meeting

Forsberg, Mary and Emma present “Seeing a Watershed in Motion”

September 11-17, 2017

Colorado’s Front Range

Shoot for “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Carlee, Ethan, Grace and Grant – See more here

August 24, 2017

Lincoln, Nebraska

Shoot with Forsberg, Pete, and Kelly Seacrest for “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Carlee, Ethan, Grace and Grant – See more here

August 21, 2017

South-central, Nebraska

The Great American Eclipse

Forsberg, Mary, Emma and Mariah collaborate with the Crane Trust and Center for Global Soundscapes to incorporate a multimodal suite of tools, including time-lapse cameras, sound recorders, and environmental sensors, to assess how a drastic and rapid reduction in light influenced various wildlife, plants, and atmospheric conditions during the Great American Eclipse – See story here

July 31-August 13, 2017

Wind River Range, Wyoming

Mariah and intern Grant document UNL's Outdoor Adventures’ Outdoor Leadership Seminar (OLS) for story about students’ experience – See story here

July 10-14, 2017

Lake McConaughy, Ogallala, Nebraska

Shoot for “Follow the Water,” NET’s documentary featuring Forsberg, Pete and Farrell co-produced by Mariah with time-lapse production by interns Carlee, Ethan, Grace and Grant

July 1, 2017

PBT moves office from NET to the Center for Great Plains Studies