SePPCon registration is now open

2016 Southeastern Partners in Plant Conservation (SePPCon) will bring together government agencies, land managers, botanical gardens, university programs, and botanical experts to inform each other on best practices and topics relevant to rare plant conservation and form a cohesive network of resources to support regional efforts for at-risk & listed plant species in the Southeastern…

Improving Wetland Restoration Success webinar opportunities

July 12th @ 3pm Eastern: Bottomland Hardwood Restoration webinar will include two presentations, “Restoring Bottomland Hardwood Forests” by John A. Stanturf, PhD, U.S. Forest Service; and “Bottomland Hardwood Forests: Managing the Middle Years” by John W. Groninger, PhD, Southern Illinois University. Register at http://www.aswm.org/aswm/6774-future-webinars-improving-wetland-restoration-success-project#071216 Also, check back for these webinars (dates/topics subject to change): Tuesday, August…

Work Crew hits McClure’s Bog

In the latest installment of the 2016 Invasive Species Fun Field Days, a crew recently spent a day reducing hardwoods from McClure’s Bog  while learning about management efforts at the site. Representatives from The Nature Conservancy, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Mountain True, Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust, Defenders of Wildlife, UNC-Asheville turned out for the event. See…