Lunch & Learn "Field Season" Webinar Series

 30 minute solutions you can use


 Stay tuned for our new series, "Field Season," which starts on April 13th with episode 15, "Emerging Trends in Rapid Assessment  for Wetland Restoration." Register for a webinar to join the email list and never miss an episode! We hope you enjoyed our winter "Hot Bytes" Lunch and Learn Webinar series.


Upcoming Events



April 13, 2021 - Sept. 14, 2021

 2021 "Field Season" Series


June 8th

Wetland Compliance and Technology – a  regulator’s perspective

Guest expert Dr. Mark Sudol, of Sudol Environmental Associates, joins us to talk about technology's changing role and influence on the regulation, permitting, and compliance relationship. What does the path forward look like, and how can we prepare? Mark brings 30 years of regulatory experience within the USACE, six of those spent serving as Chief of Regulatory Program at USACE Headquarters.


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 July 13th

Pushing the Past Forward 

Kyle Cigolotti, Archaeologist and Managing Partner of Cultural Resource Management Ltd., shares his experiences transforming his workflow on CRM projects in Nova Scotia and throughout Canada.c

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 Thursday July 15th
11am – 12:30pm PST

Hosted by ICF

Wildnote is pleased to be a guest presenter on this webinar hosted by ICF

Technology Innovations and Data Sharing
ICF, Jon Walker, Lindsay Teunis – remote technologies
San Francisco Estuarine Institute (SFEI), Christina Grosso – EcoAtlas
Wildnote, Kristen Hazard, Nancy Douglas – Data Collection and Delivery


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Past Events



May 11th

Buy vs Build – spoiler alert, it's both!

How to get the tech you really need

In this episode, tech experts talk about critical factors to consider when adopting new technology. Nobody wants to waste time, money and resources developing or acquiring tech that just doesn't get the job done. Learn about the opportunities and traps that can make or break a technology upgrade.


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April 13, 2021

Emerging Trends in Rapid Assessment for Wetlands Restoration

Guest expert Lindsay Teunis, Principal Restoration Ecologist and Project Manager at ICF, and California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) Trainer, shares her wetlands and restoration project expertise, and her work with CRAM. A presentation of Wildnote's CRAM functionality is included at the end. 



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Nov. 10, 2020 - March 9, 2021

 2020/21 "Hot Bytes" Winter Series


Webinars On-Demand

June 16, 2020 -

October 6, 2020

2020 Lunch & Learn Summer Series


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