TWO PRESENTATIONS: Recent advances in herbicide formulations andapplication techniques for woody invasive plant management & Invasive Species Management - Maximize Herbicide Efficacy and Minimize Collateral Damage in Grasslands.
The April 2021 issue of the Natural Areas Journal is now available. Published quarterly, the Natural Areas Journal is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal focused on natural areas management, preservation, and restoration. Only members have access to full issues; however, this article is open to everyone:
Dr. Paul C. Rogers, a forest ecologist and Director of the Western Aspen Alliance at Utah State University, and long-time friend of the NAA, provides his commentary on forest management and fire. He argues that forest managers’ “goal should not be to stop wildfire but to reduce conflicts with it.”
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• NAA Member, Andrea Kramer, Director of Restoration Ecology and David Byron Smith Family Curator of Natural Areas Associate Conservation Scientist announces the launch of Chicago Botanic Garden’s new synthesis center, sCORE (Synthesis center for COnservation and REstoration). sCORE brings together diverse perspectives to enable analysis, synthesis and collaboration to address key needs in plant conservation and restoration science, practice, and policy. Dr. Kramer is SEEKING COLLABORATORS and data examining understory vegetation responses to rapid canopy loss in the Great Lakes region. Learn how you can join in!
State Natural Areas Programs were among the first to protect natural areas in North America. NAA is proud to host virtual gatherings where practitioners and academics can share information, techniques, methodologies, good science, and moral support. If you would like to register for notifications regarding future SNAP meetings, click here.