Monday, September 18, 2023

PA Natural Heritage Program Spotlights Conservation Genetics; Rare Plant Mysteries; Be A Good Bee Collaborator; Old Growth Forest Field Work; Moth List Updates

The PA Natural Heritage Program
Summer newsletter Wild Heritage News highlights a variety of diverse topics--

-- Exploring Another Dimension Of Biodiversity In PA - Conservation Genetics

-- Mysteries, Monitoring, Management Of PA's Rarest Plants

-- How To Be A Good Bee Collaborator

-- New PA Plant Discovered

-- PA Moth List Updates

-- New Field Guide For Game Commission NW PA Staff

-- Old Growth Field Work

-- Developing Partnerships for Invasive Species

Click Here to read the entire newsletterClick Here to sign up for your own copy.

Visit the PA Natural Heritage Program website for more information on the program.  

The PA Natural Heritage Program is a partnership between the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Fish and Boat Commission, Game Commission, and the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 

PNHP is a member of NatureServe, an international network of natural heritage programs that gather and provide information on the location and status of important ecological resources (plants, vertebrates, invertebrates, ecological communities and geologic features). 

The purpose of the program is to provide current, reliable, objective ecological data and analysis to help guide conservation work and land-use planning, including wild resource information for DEP permit reviews.

Related Article:

-- DCNR Publishes Final List Of 82 Changes To PA Native Wild Plant Classification List  [PaEN]

[Posted: September 18, 2023]  PA Environment Digest

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