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Behind the Scenes in the NTBG Conservation Seed Bank - Shared screen with speaker view
Peggy Dover
24:28
Peggy Dover from Oregon. Dustin is my nephew! Hi, Dustin.
Amanda Beisch
24:55
Welcome Peggy and Marsha! Glad you were able to join us today.
Amanda Beisch
31:15
Welcome George and Laura! Great to have you.
Jesse Hendrix
44:16
Fascinating!
Peggy Dover
49:14
That was awesome and what a lot of work!
Jesse Hendrix
49:28
Thank you Dustin!
Amanda Beisch
49:39
ntbg.org/events
Amanda Beisch
49:55
abeisch@ntbg.org
Peggy Dover
49:59
Thank you!
Shari George
50:33
I'm a fan of seed banks. I'm wondering if other seed banks are doing well? In general, is there sufficient support?
Shari George
53:08
Do you/can you use volunteers?
Amanda Beisch
53:41
We do have volunteers in our seed bank! ntbg.org/support/volunteer
Shari George
57:57
Thanks, I'll check out the volunteer site.I was late due to a previous session so maybe you went over this. From the magazine it seems that drones and GIS systems are important in the work. What type of drones are most useful? What software do you use?
Amanda Beisch
58:56
Shari, you should definitely register for our December webinar! Our drone specialist will be one of the panelists.
Francine Dizol
59:27
Does an electric generator support all the equipment in the seed lab in case of power failure?
Francine Dizol
01:00:52
Does a generator support the other areas in the BRC-herbarium, book vault, etc?
Lauren Greig
01:02:11
Do you know of any resources that share techniques for processing/cleaning various Hawaiian seeds before they get desiccated?
Shari George
01:03:01
Who backs up Dustin?
Autumn Long
01:04:02
WOW very interesting stuff!! DUSTIN YOU ARE SO AMAZING! I know the work you and your team is doing over there is saving the world! Thank you
Jasmine Long
01:04:17
How long does the seed rehydration process take in the chamber usually?
Shari George
01:17:02
Is the fungus then there forever? If you replant, will the trees just succumb eventually?
Kim Rogers
01:17:40
Great info re ʻōhiʻa, Dustin. Thank you. Question: will you clarify the distinction between foundational and keystone species, please.
Kim Rogers
01:18:04
Also, are you publishing your results of the seed zone data/study?
Kim Rogers
01:18:48
Amanda, will you be making this video available on social media?
Kim Rogers
01:19:44
Mahalo!
Shari George
01:21:08
Who mainly funds your work?
Shari George
01:21:43
Grants from whom?
Peggy Dover
01:22:48
We are fortunate to have such a knowledgeable and passionate person involved with these projects.
Kim Rogers
01:23:00
Great lunch-n-learn. Thanks for this.
Michele Harman
01:23:06
Mahalo piha!!
Matt Goodale
01:23:20
Great job!
Janet Mayfield
01:23:25
This was wonderfull! Thanks everyone!!
Shari George
01:23:32
Yes, wonderful presentation