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Using Science to Guide Conservation in the Triad Area with Misty Buchanan

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Using Science to Guide Conservation in the Triad Area
A North Carolina’s Natural Heritage Program

The Natural Heritage Program is a small state program with a big mission: to inventory North Carolina’s natural areas and use the information to create a network of nature preserves that will protect our natural heritage for future generations.

 

Misty Buchanan, Deputy Director for Natural Heritage, Division of Land and Water Stewardship, Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, will discuss current research and conservation projects, including how field biologists explore and document North Carolina’s flora and fauna, how we determine which species are common and secure versus rare and imperiled, and how the Natural Heritage Program works across North Carolina to create land conservation agreements with government agencies, land trusts, and private landowners.

 

Rare plant species and recent conservation projects in the Triad area will also be discussed.

 

Misty Buchanan was born in Fort Bragg, NC and grew up in Fayetteville (Central NC Sandhills) and Marion (Western NC Foothills). After attending college “up North,” Misty returned to NC to earn her M.S. degree in Botany at NC State University. After working for a short time as an Environmental Consultant at a private consulting firm and then Conservation Ecologist at NC Botanical Garden, Misty joined the Natural Heritage Program in 2002. Since then, Misty has served as state Botanist, Natural Area Inventory Manager, and currently Program Director. Misty lives in Durham with her family and enjoys spending time outdoors, especially at Eno River State Park.

 

This program is free and open to the public, and all are welcome!

 

Meeting Info

This is an In-person meeting. We will be meeting at Kathleen Clay Edwards Library Meeting Room (1420 Price Park Drive, Greensboro, NC 27410).

 

Zoom Option

For those wishing to attend remotely, you may register in advance for this meeting here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

 

Many of our monthly programs are also posted on the NC Native Plant Society YouTube Channel within a couple weeks (when all goes well). Click on “Playlists” to see programs from each chapter. This event will not be recorded, so we hope you will be able to join us in person. Click here to visit the Triad Chapter’s webpage.

 

Thank you for joining the North Carolina Native Plant Society as a member or guest to learn more about the ecology of our region!!! We look forward to seeing you!!!

 

We hope you’ll consider becoming a member, volunteering, and/or helping to promote our education and outreach work by sharing with your friends and family. Thank you again!

 

NOTE: The Triad Chapter has an informal listserv for members and friends in the Triad area who have events, native plants, or questions to share. To join the listserv, please write to Triadco@ncwildflower.org with your name and a little bit about your interest in being on the listserv (so we know you’re a real person in our community). NCNPS members receive notices from NCNPS, but that is not set up for community exchange, as the informal listserv is. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Date

Feb 01 2023

Time

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Location

Kathleen Clay Edwards Library
1420 Price Park Drive, Greensboro, NC 27410
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Triad Chapter

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