November 21, 2013 0:00am
Location: Adjacent to San Diego Safari Park San Diego, CA ( Google Maps)
A symposium on management of endemic plants will be hosted by the Conservation Biology Institute, with support from the CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife and The Nature Conservancy, on November 21, 2013 at the San Diego Zoo Beckman Center from 9am to 4pm. The title of this symposium is Enhancing the Persistence of Narrow Endemic Plant Species: Research to Inform Adaptive Management. Space is limited and therefore it is by invitation only.
Invitees, please RSVP by November 1st to Jerre Stallcup
Presentation Files: Symposium Introduction [1.1MB] Conservation of Rare Plants, Christy Brigham [2.2MB] Use of Prescribed Burning, Joe DiTomaso [4.9MB] Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Naomi Fraga [3.7MB] Role of Horticulture in Conservation, Bart O'Brien [5.7MB] Effects of Fire, Fragmentation, and Climate Change on Ceanothus verrucosus, Dawn Lawson [2.3MB] Narrow Endemic Plant Population Dynamics, Kathryn McEachern [10MB] A Management Approach to save Acanthomintha ilicifolia, Patricia Gordon-Reedy [4.2MB] Contact Info: Jerre Stallcup Email: firstname.lastname@example.org