Seminar Series

Our Policy Seminar Series welcomes expert speakers to discuss policy issues and programs that are relevant to DOI’s mission.

Seminars are generally held on the second Monday of each month. Seminars begin at 12:15pm Eastern and run until 1:15pm or 1:45pm depending on the number of speakers.

To submit questions online during the presentations, click on the comment bubble with a question mark in the upper right corner of your screen. Questions may be submitted throughout the presentation, and speakers will respond at the end. Closed captioning is available via the "CC" button on the player. 

2022 Seminars

January 10 
Celebrating 75 Years of the BLM: The Campaign to Reimagine Your Public Lands 
February 14 
Women’s Suffrage in Black and White 
March 14 
Seeding the Future: Restoring Native Plant Communities 
April 11 
OCS Wind Energy 
May 9 
Economic Revitalization of Abandoned Mine Lands 
June 13 
What USGS Coastal Science is Doing for You!
Evaluating hazards and risks for resources, communities, and economies 
July 11 
USGS Wildland Fire Science Strategy 
August 8 
Benefits & Costs of Dam Removal  
October 31
Land Titles and Dispossession: Allotment on American Indian Reservations 
Dr. Randall Akee, UCLA
December 12 
Promoting Prosperity and Resiliency for Tribal Nations: White House Council on Native American Affairs (WHCNAA) 


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