In October more than 350 practitioners, managers, researchers, and students joined us in Pittsburgh, PA to learn about challenges and opportunities in natural areas across the country through four workshops, eight symposia, 69 session presentations, and seven field workshops. The Natural Areas Association thanks our partners and sponsors for making all of this possible!
The Natural Areas Association and more than 80 other partner organizations have endorsed the Botany Bill (H.R. 1572 and S. 2384) , bi-partisan national legislation that promotes botanical research and sciences capacity.
Congratulations to Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission on conservingHuttig Pine Flatwoods Natural Area, over 1300 acres of Open Pine-Hardwood Flatwoods, the most endangered forest ecosystem in the state.