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"tammy berea" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

09:31 min | 3 months ago

"tammy berea" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Cannot save all the sixteen thousand three species on the planet and we wish we could right now but we don't have the money or manpower resources so we need to make some hard choices of what we are going to folks and that is We used a lot the redmi sting which is why you talked about with murphy and the new red list of folks which is one of our target tax on groups was published and my team members did that and so now we have a clear picture of which species need our help the most so then two approaches we can take our well. Try to go and save these species right were they occur and that's go in situ conservation so within their native range but also complement to that. Sometimes we just can't that we were not able to save the species right where they occur. So then we can compliment that with ex situ conservation. Which is what murphy. Also talked a lot about hoochie. You can do see the preservation and you can save species by having specimen symbol. Tammy berea so. My job is to focus on the in situ conservation part so where we do is that we select right now. We have tools as if he projects with two different species off endangered oaks which are coworkers brandy. Gi which is endemic micro endemic old that only occurs in the tip or huckabee -fornia peninsula in the california lack in mexico. Scowls working mogo. Well people those these resorts drink margaritas. And they have no idea that fifty kilometers from there There is these amazing biosphere reserve called sierra laguna forest biosphere reserve. And we've seen that reserve. There is the majority of the distribution of these core brand This is a very dry arid. Ecosystems very scrubby and so these are tree only occurs on by edges obese announced streams. And when you think of a stream or a river you imagine that yes. What but he's he's really funny. I guess share some pictures of you just sad there dry and only when there's hurricanes or weather events then erase a lot there and it feels app and it crashes the mountains a mountain range right there and so all. The rain gets dunked on everything. Floods the roles get destroyed. And then you pass this they rebuild it like with the sand like they have. Ob sands so anyway abc's where these oak grows but the problem is that because it's a very dry ecosystem that is also where the ranchers want to have the ratchets. That's there's water so they put these long hosts. And that's how they watered needle gardens or wetlands. Show there's a conflict between the place where the you know the specific habitat for these species. And where the ranches are and the problem. The ranchers be street because he'd provides shea in for their cattle. It provides acorns that are very nutritional source of food. If you've been to their pigs we are delicious. Because they're fed we've acorns and they even make their own an authority which is like Like a customer d-. Maybe they make and i have heard that they can also make a beverage out of it when they dry when they dry it and grind it so it is very important species to them in this area the opposite that you would you would think there's offense and the house usually for the rancher spent in in b.'s rancho underdogs are inside the dockside and the cattle gold. Pigs are out three roaming through the whole biased servicer or these area and you even more interesting. The cows are there in the mountains young period or the period where they feed them every day. They have their own bell and they know the sound of each row. Why the hell and so they call them. Every every afternoon at four the cattle come to their own ranch and they get bending the rainy season when the plants we not they going to the mountains and they just four edge by themselves and are gone for months but when they start getting hungry they come back into the ranch and they know exactly which ranch to come back to and they have their babies and the they sell are the babies so these cows have been growing. They're like in the ranch years right so they know their way around. They know where to find the best food they know where to come back And that's how it works. Which is great. Sales will have goals which they do. Stay and pigs by the problem. Is that the law hanging out by the oaks and so they eat. every single. acorn vase squashed every single feeding and we just conducted Exposure experiment where we fenced in seedlings that were planted and we found very strong indicator that this seedlings outside of the x. closures were killed and eaten very quickly and the survival rates inside exposures where significantly higher than out. So we. now. Why have you know we. We knew it's bhai observation. But you know you have and so now. We have very clear scientific evidence that there is an impact off the farm animals on recruitment for these sees while. Yeah it's it's always important to have data and you can say these anecdotal like you said observations you want but if you want to motivate conservation. Get the funding. Get those grants. You need that data but it sounds like with quirks brindisi. You're in a really important step with this. Because i think a lot of people have this very old school version of conservation in her head that they were taught in high school. Or maybe undergrad. That's a few decades old at this point and you realized that there is a common ground here that the survival of the species is just as much a story of the people of that area as it is the region itself in the biology of it and recognizing that helps you work with the people rather than against them because i think a lot of people just picture conservation is going in and saying get out. You don't belong here anymore. This is for the plant's not you. But here's a way you can find common ground because obviously the people need it. Just as much as the ecology needs it absolutely. That's exactly what we are doing right now. So i what we also think that. Drought is a big factor. So we have also been all these by. The way is being done. In collaboration. With the santho they investigation. It'd be a lawyer casts. Or which is research institute there in bahrain for and we've partners in phnom which you said mexican university and now we are working with this year. Alana forest preserves staff nice so that we have been visiting the ranchers and asking them about their perception and widely thing we have learned so much. Some of them shared that it was very interesting. One of the older ranchers was telling us. Well what do you think. My great grandfather planted a bunch of these old. They are here. Because my great-grandfather plant. So they as i said before they loved them. But you know these host can be for thousands of years and they re sprout so sometimes even if one part of the dice. The order branch becomes the main stem in so they do reproduce vegetative with that. They've always been there for them. They don't realize first of all a lot of the ranchers have never left Formula so they have nordia idea that they only occur there and that's an endemic species on a treasure that they have within their own. That's the number one thing that we're trying to raise awareness and number two. Is that because of always been there. They don't realize that they may be gone. Day may have no idea and so once we tell them. Have you ever seen leagues. Do you realize that there is no savings. They all have been very receptive to the story and they have been very willing to collaborate so now what we are doing. He's working with the reserve staff and we already have a nursery and have seedlings we're gonna actually plant on stock of ceilings inside those. I told you they have like a fenced area within their houses and usually they have mambo trees and garden there so we're gonna plateau mokes inside their ranches so that you know they can use the acorns. They can provide shade and they can have a new stock off seedlings and then we are also trying to come up with some areas that have low density ranches where we can go on plant a bigger stock offerings. I knew So that's that's why we have planned for this year..

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"tammy berea" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"tammy berea" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Suited to do some major impact stuff for a bunch of trees and the main focus of what we were connected over our oaks because the icn just did their assessment or trying to get this out that what is it. Forty one percent of species across the globe are facing extinction or at least of conservation concern. And i just spoke with your colleague dr murphy westwood about a lot of exit. You so taking trees to other places to help conserve them. But you are position in a way that you're doing a lot of the institute the other side of that coin which is also desperately needed. So let's take a closer look at just. What in situ conservation means to you before we look at some of the species. You're working with right. So the global tree conservation program in the morton arboretum. We have a very specific approach to how we try to save threatened tree species. We've i go through prioritizing because unfortunately we cannot save all the sixteen thousand three species on the planet and we wish we could right now but we don't have the money or manpower resources so we need to make some hard choices of what we are going to folks and that is We used a lot the redmi sting which is why you talked about with murphy and the new red list of folks which is one of our target tax on groups was published and my team members did that and so now we have a clear picture of which species need our help the most so then two approaches we can take our well. Try to go and save these species right were they occur and that's go in situ conservation so within their native range but also complement to that. Sometimes we just can't that we were not able to save the species right where they occur. So then we can compliment that with ex situ conservation. Which is what murphy. Also talked a lot about hoochie. You can do see the preservation and you can save species by having specimen symbol. Tammy berea so. My job is to focus on the in situ conservation part so where we do is that we select right now. We have tools as if he projects with two different species off endangered oaks which are coworkers brandy. Gi which is endemic micro endemic old that only occurs in the tip or huckabee -fornia peninsula in the california lack in mexico. Scowls working mogo. Well people those these resorts drink margaritas. And they have no idea that fifty kilometers from there There is these amazing biosphere reserve called sierra laguna forest biosphere reserve. And we've seen that reserve. There is the majority of the distribution of these core brand This is a very dry arid. Ecosystems very scrubby and so these are tree only occurs on by edges obese announced streams. And when you think of a stream or a river you imagine that yes. What but he's he's really funny. I guess share some pictures of you just sad there dry and only when there's hurricanes or weather events then erase a lot there and it feels app and it crashes the mountains a mountain range right there and so all. The rain gets dunked on everything. Floods the roles get destroyed. And then you pass this they rebuild it like with the sand like they have. Ob sands so anyway abc's where these oak grows but the problem is that because it's a very dry ecosystem that is also where the ranchers want to have the ratchets. That's there's water so they put these long hosts. And that's how they watered needle gardens or wetlands. Show there's a conflict between the place where the you know the specific habitat for these species. And where the ranches are and the problem. The ranchers be street because he'd provides shea in

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In Situ Community-Based Oak Conservation At The Morton Arboretum

In Defense of Plants Podcast

04:20 min | 3 months ago

In Situ Community-Based Oak Conservation At The Morton Arboretum

"Suited to do some major impact stuff for a bunch of trees and the main focus of what we were connected over our oaks because the icn just did their assessment or trying to get this out that what is it. Forty one percent of species across the globe are facing extinction or at least of conservation concern. And i just spoke with your colleague dr murphy westwood about a lot of exit. You so taking trees to other places to help conserve them. But you are position in a way that you're doing a lot of the institute the other side of that coin which is also desperately needed. So let's take a closer look at just. What in situ conservation means to you before we look at some of the species. You're working with right. So the global tree conservation program in the morton arboretum. We have a very specific approach to how we try to save threatened tree species. We've i go through prioritizing because unfortunately we cannot save all the sixteen thousand three species on the planet and we wish we could right now but we don't have the money or manpower resources so we need to make some hard choices of what we are going to folks and that is We used a lot the redmi sting which is why you talked about with murphy and the new red list of folks which is one of our target tax on groups was published and my team members did that and so now we have a clear picture of which species need our help the most so then two approaches we can take our well. Try to go and save these species right were they occur and that's go in situ conservation so within their native range but also complement to that. Sometimes we just can't that we were not able to save the species right where they occur. So then we can compliment that with ex situ conservation. Which is what murphy. Also talked a lot about hoochie. You can do see the preservation and you can save species by having specimen symbol. Tammy berea so. My job is to focus on the in situ conservation part so where we do is that we select right now. We have tools as if he projects with two different species off endangered oaks which are coworkers brandy. Gi which is endemic micro endemic old that only occurs in the tip or huckabee -fornia peninsula in the california lack in mexico. Scowls working mogo. Well people those these resorts drink margaritas. And they have no idea that fifty kilometers from there There is these amazing biosphere reserve called sierra laguna forest biosphere reserve. And we've seen that reserve. There is the majority of the distribution of these core brand This is a very dry arid. Ecosystems very scrubby and so these are tree only occurs on by edges obese announced streams. And when you think of a stream or a river you imagine that yes. What but he's he's really funny. I guess share some pictures of you just sad there dry and only when there's hurricanes or weather events then erase a lot there and it feels app and it crashes the mountains a mountain range right there and so all. The rain gets dunked on everything. Floods the roles get destroyed. And then you pass this they rebuild it like with the sand like they have. Ob sands so anyway abc's where these oak grows but the problem is that because it's a very dry ecosystem that is also where the ranchers want to have the ratchets. That's there's water so they put these long hosts. And that's how they watered needle gardens or wetlands. Show there's a conflict between the place where the you know the specific habitat for these species. And where the ranches are and the problem. The ranchers be street because he'd provides shea in

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