Registration opens for Conserving Biodiversity Conference Oct. 3

September 30th, 2011 by Wendy Gibble

DryasdrumondiiConserving Plant Biodiversity in a Changing World: A View from NW North America

University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Seattle, WA
March 13-14, 2012

We face an uncertain future - economically, politically, and climatically. Those concerned with managing, researching or protecting rare plants and their habitats need to be aware of these changes and have the necessary tools to effectively address them. We will have papers, both invited and contributed, that will engage all in a dialogue intended to raise questions and find solutions. Participants from throughout northwestern North America will contribute ideas and meet colleagues for future collaboration. More information at the conference website.

REGISTRATION OPENS OCTOBER 3, 2011.

Call for Abstracts Open until October 28th

 

 

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Call for Abstracts: Conserving Plant Biodiversity

August 4th, 2011 by Wendy Gibble
 arctic alpine forget-me-not

Arctic alpine forget-me-not, Ertrichiumnanumvar elongatum

The University of Washington Botanic Gardens will be hosting a conference next March, on Conserving Plant Biodiversity in a Changing World: A View from NW North America. Complete  information is on the conference website, including program themes, sponsorship opportunities and a call for entries for a botanical art competition.

The call for abstracts will be open until October 28th.

Note that we define change as not just climate, but also economic and political change.

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