Join us in Washington’s Moses Lake on June 6-8, 2017 for the PNW Section summer meeting and tour. We are joining forces with the Society for Ecological Restoration to bring you a workshop filled with native plants, pollinators, and birds. The Columbia Basin in early June is sure to be a delightful kick start to summer (printable flier). Continue reading
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Symphony of Species: Managing Rare and Diverse Ecosystems
The BC Chapter invites you to the south Okanagan to experience beauty and diversity of the grasslands in Canada’s only true desert environment, Wednesday through Friday, June 8 – 10th, 2016 in Osoyoos, BC.
Home to a plethora of wildlife species that are rare and endangered in Canada, these rangelands have been grazed by cattle for over a century. Habitat management is truly art and science, where both ecological and social factors make valued contributions to the symphony. The two day workshop will bring together a diverse group of researchers, ranchers, biologists and others with an interest in rangeland management. An opportunity for young and old to engage together in study, observations and discussion, to look at the challenges and celebrate nature – always a success.