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Bill Kleiman

Project Director

The Nature Conservancy

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The Nature Conservancy

4245 North Fairfax Drive , Suite 100

Arlington, Virginia,22203

United States

Company Description

The Nature Conservancy is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. Guided by science, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world's toughest challenges so that nature and people c...more

Background Information

Employment History

Project Director

Nachusa Grasslands


Affiliations

Illinois Prescribed Fire Council

Founding Member and Past-President


Web References(66 Total References)


Past Award Recipients - Society for Ecological Restoration

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THEODORE M. SPERRY AWARD - Bill Kleiman
SER recognizes Bill Kleiman, the project director for The Nature Conservancy's Nachusa Grasslands in north-central Illinois. Bill is widely respected for his outstanding stewardship of the Nachusa Grasslands and his ground-breaking work utilizing volunteers to help establish and maintain the greater than 3000-acre site. Bill is actively engaged in several research projects that advance the science of ecological restoration by investigating variable seeding rates for prairie recreations, methods of over-seeding prairies to enhance diversity, and techniques for improved control of invasive species. Bill exhibits great service to the broader restoration and stewardship community, including as a founding member and past-president of the Illinois Prescribed Fire Council and leader within the Grassland Restoration Network.


Stewards

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Bill Kleiman, Project Director


Storytelling for Organizations | Long Haul Productions

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The Nature Conservancy's Bill Kleiman talks with volunteer Mary Scott for a fundraising/volunteer recruitment piece.


Programs - John Wesley Powell Audubon is a Chapter of National Audubon

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On Thursday,September 10, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in room CNS C101 at IWU, Bill Kleiman, the Nachusa Grasslands Project Director with The Nature Conservancy, will give a talk on "How the bison came back: staff, volunteer stewards and scientists restore natural communities at Nachusa Grasslands."  In 1986 The Nature Conservancy acquired 400 acres of small prairie remnants scattered among cornfields in northern Illinois.  Today Nachusa Grasslands comprises some 3100 acres of restored and reconstructed prairie, and it is home to 700 native plant species, 180 species of birds - and now wild bison.  Bison were reintroduced in October 2014 to maintain the biodiversity of the prairie by their natural grazing behavior.  The first bison calves were born in April of this year.  Bill will discuss the ongoing restoration efforts at Nachusa that have been recognized as among the best in the country.
On Thursday,September 10, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in room CNS C101 at IWU, Bill Kleiman, the Nachusa Grasslands Project Director with The Nature Conservancy, will give a talk on "How the bison came back: staff, volunteer stewards and scientists restore natural communities at Nachusa Grasslands."  In 1986 The Nature Conservancy acquired 400 acres of small prairie remnants scattered among cornfields in northern Illinois.  Today Nachusa Grasslands comprises some 3100 acres of restored and reconstructed prairie, and it is home to 700 native plant species, 180 species of birds - and now wild bison.  Bison were reintroduced in October 2014 to maintain the biodiversity of the prairie by their natural grazing behavior.  The first bison calves were born in April of this year.  Bill will discuss the ongoing restoration efforts at Nachusa that have been recognized as among the best in the country.


Normalite Newspaper the human side of the news of the Normal

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Bill Kleiman, the Nachusa Grasslands Project Director with The Nature Conservancy, will give a presentation on Nachusa Grasslands and discuss the ongoing restoration efforts including the reintroduction of bison to the site.
In 1986, The Nature Conservancy acquired 400 acres of small prairie remnants scattered among cornfields in northern Illinois. Today Nachusa Grasslands comprises some 3100 acres of restored and reconstructed prairie, and it is home to 700 native plant species, 180 species of birds - and now wild bison. Bison were reintroduced in October 2014 to maintain the biodiversity of the prairie by their natural grazing behavior. The first bison calves were born in April of this year. Bill will discuss the ongoing restoration efforts at Nachusa that have been recognized as among the best in the country. About the play: Born deaf into a hearing family, Billy has adapted to his family's unconventional ways, but they've never returned the favor. It's not until he meets Sylvia, a young woman on the brink of deafness, that he finally understands what it means to be understood.


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