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Videos of recent Prairie Festival presentations can be found on this page, including 2019 Prairie Festival presentation videos. Be sure to also check out our other featured videos from our collaborators!

 

 

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2019 Prairie Festival

Lennart Olsson, PhD, professor of Geography at Lund University, Sweden; author on two Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) reports; and a member of The Land Institute’s Board of Directors, speaks at Prairie Festival 2019.

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2019 Prairie Festival

Francesca Cotrufo, PhD, Professor and Associate Head of the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences at Colorado State University speaks at The Land Institute’s 2019 Prairie Festival.

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2019 Prairie Festival

Scientists at The Land Institute report on the progress of their programs and research over the last year at Prairie Festival 2019.

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2019 Prairie Festival

Ana L. Porzecanski, PhD, Director of the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History speaks at The Land Institute’s 2019 Prairie Festival.

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2019 Prairie Festival
Rena Detrixhe, 2019 Prairie Festival Artist and Research Resident at The Land Institute talks about her installation and process.
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2019 Prairie Festival

President of The Land Institute, Fred Iutzi, opens Prairie Festival 2019 in the Big Barn at The Land Institute.

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2018 Prairie Festival

The Land Institute’s Co-founder and President Emeritus Wes Jackson asks the question “Are We the Ones We Have Been Waiting For?”

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2018 Prairie Festival

The Berry Center’s Mary Berry and Sterling College president Matthew Derr have a panel discussion on “An Education for Homecoming, What Will it Take to Settle America?”

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2018 Prairie Festival

Presenting the Annual Strachan Donnelley Lecture on Conservation and Restoration at the 2018 Prairie Festival is Liz Carlisle, lecturer in the School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences at Stanford University, with her talk “What’s Beneath the Triple Bottom Line?”

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2018 Prairie Festival

Taylor Keen, a Creighton University professor, presents “Healing Mother Earth for the 7+ Generations to Come: MoNzho’ OujoN Pax’e KoNbtha (I Am Going to Make the Land Beautiful).”

 

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2018 Prairie Festival

The Land Institute’s Director of Ecosphere Studies, Aubrey Streit Krug, sits down for a conversation with Brooke Hecht, President of the Center for Humans & Nature.

 

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2018 Prairie Festival

Members of The Land Institute’s science team talk about their recent research findings.

 

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