Proceedings of the 11th Triennial National Wildlife & Fisheries Extension Specialists Conference -- Past, Present and Future of Wildlife and Fisheries Extension

Big Sky, Montana
October 14 - 18, 2006

Proceedings Editor: Robert M. Timm - University of California
Assistant Editors: Craig A. Harper, University of Tennessee, Billy J. Higginbotham, Texas A&M University, and James A. Parkhurst, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Hosted by Montana State University Extension

James E. Knight, Conference Chairperson
Sponsors: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center & Wildlife Damage Management Working Group, The Wildlife Society

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First-Stop Planning and Communication for LandHelp, Delwin Benson

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One Way to Handle a Split Appointment, Peter T. Bromley

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The Value of Teamwork, Jim Byford

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eXtension: A New Opportunity for On-Line, Issue-Based Programming, Paul D. Curtis, Robert H. Schmidt, Greg K. Yarrow, Raj Smith, and Stephen Vantassel

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Realizing the Potential of Family Forests: Tools to Facilitate Habitat Conservation, Drue DeBerry and Julie H. Moore

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Growing Quality Stewardship for Natural Resources in Tennessee, Aubrey L. Deck and Craig Harper

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Bringing Extension into the Classroom, Christopher DePerno and Christopher E. Moorman

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Extension: A Modern Day Pony Express?, David Drake and Ben West

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Extension’s Role in Endangered Species Management, R. Dwayne Elmore

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Qualifying Native Warm-Season Grasses and Early Succession Habitat, Craig A. Harper and Christopher E. Moorman

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Bass Management Symposia: Managing Ponds and Lakes for Better Fishing, Billy Higginbotham, Michael Masser, and Peter Wood

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With One Stroke of the Pen: How Can Wildlife Extension Specialists Involve Developers and Policy-Makers in Wildlife Conservation?, Mark Hostetler

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Extension Wildlife Programs: Thoughts and Ideas, Jeffrey J. Jackson

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Protecting and Enhancing River and Stream Continuity, Scott Jackson

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Take Action! The Past, Present, and Future of Sage-Grouse Conservation in Utah, Sarah G. Lupis, Terry A. Messmer, Todd A. Black, S. Nicole Frey, Dean Mitchell, and Joan Degiorgio

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The Florida Master Naturalist Program: Creating, Implementing, and Evaluating a Successful Statewide Conservation Education Program, Martin B. Main

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A Web-Based Outreach Tool for Aquatic Vegetation Management, Michael P. Masser

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An Internet Survey of Private Pond Owners and Managers in Texas, Michael P. Masser and April E. Schonrock

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Sage-Grouse Restoration Project: Evaluating the Effects of the Farm Bill Conservation Practices on Sage-Grouse, Terry A. Messmer

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The “We Know, We Believe, and We Feel” Approach to Implementing Projects under the Farm Bill to Benefit Sage-Grouse, Terry A. Messmer

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USDA-Extension Wildlife and Fisheries Educational Programs 1978-2000, James E. Miller

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USDA-Extension Wildlife and Fisheries Educational Programs 1978-2000, James E. Miller

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Saving the World One Native Plant at a Time, Christopher E. Moorman and Christopher S. DePerno

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Breaking Through the Food Plot Mentality, Christopher E. Moorman, Craig A. Harper, and Christopher DePerno

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Best Management Practices for Aquatic Vegetation Management in Lakes, Joseph E. Morris and Richard D. Clayton

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The Above-Ground Movement and Dispersal of the Plains Pocket Gopher (Geomys bursarius), Craig Panich

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The Center for Human-Wildlife Conflict Resolution at Virginia Tech: A Model of Future Use, James A. Parkhurst

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Approaches for Delivering Integrated Forestry and Wildlife Extension Programs: The Missouri Woodland Steward Short Course and Missouri Master Wildlifer Program, Robert A. Pierce II and H. E. Stelzer

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Integrating Northern Bobwhite and Grassland Bird Habitat Enhancement Practices on University of Missouri Agriculture Experiment Stations: An Educational Model That Puts Knowledge into Action through Use of Demonstrations, Tim Reinbott, Robert A. Pierce II, Bill White, Brad Jacobs, and Nadia Navarrete-Tindall

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An Extension Program Helping Private Landowners Develop Natural Resource Enterprises in Mississippi, A. T. Rohnke, W. D. Jones, K. M. Jacobs, and T. A. Tullos

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Panel Discussion: The Future of Natural Resources Extension, Gary San Julian Moderator

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Extension Wildlife and Fisheries Take-A-Ways, Ross "Skip" Shelton

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Cooperative is the Cornerstone of Extension Education, Don Steinbach

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An Introduction to the Revised Southern Region 4-H Wildlife Projects, Renee Strnad and Chris Moorman

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Coyotes Nipping At Our Heels: A New Suburban Dilemma, Robert M. Timm

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Managing Kentucky Fee Fishing Operations, Forrest Wynne