The Northern California Botanists Symposium – “The Diversity of Northern California Botany: Challenges and Opportunities”
January 13, 2020 - January 14, 2020
On January 13–14, 2020, Northern California Botanists will be presenting a two-day symposium titled “The Diversity of Northern California Botany: Challenges and Opportunities”, to be held at California State University, Chico. The symposium will include an exciting line-up of topics ranging from pollination and restoration to Northern California botanical discoveries, a poster session, and a third day of workshops to choose from. The symposium will also include an evening reception, banquet, and keynote speaker Eric Knapp, of U.S. Forest Service, addressing “Fire trends, causes, and consequences for the native plants we love”. The symposium is open to anyone: botanical enthusiasts, professionals, and students.
For a detailed program and registration information, see: www.norcalbotanists.org
Students: registration and travel stipends available – applications due Dec. 1, 2019.
$50 students, $185 members of NCB, $215 non-members of NCB
The Northern California Botanists is an association of botanists in the Northern California region with the purpose of increasing knowledge and communication about botanical issues concerning science, conservation, education, and professional development.