Category Archives: Workshops

Winter Tree Identification: Two Trips or Mini-Workshops

Field trips and Mini-Workshops of the Arkansas Native Plant Society are for current and future members. (That’s right: Everyone is welcome!)  Botanists from around the state lead these enjoyable and informative walks.  Please let trip leaders know you are coming … Continue reading

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Explore the Glade Habitat of the Buffalo River

Theo Witsell, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, asked us to share this.  We said, “Of course!”  Enjoy the video! The National Park Service has released a video about the restoration of glade habitat along the Buffalo River which was produced by … Continue reading

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Audubon Natural History Workshop Weekend

What do birds, insects, trees and flowers have in common?  On September 22-23 of 2012, they were each the topic of a workshop sponsored by the Arkansas Audubon Society.  Held at the Ferncliff Presbyterian Camp and Conference Center, just west … Continue reading

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Vegetation of the Ozarks Workshop, May 16-20, 2011

MAY 16th – 20th 2011 The Vegetation of the Ozarks Workshop offers a field-based educational experience focusing on the plants and plant communities of the Ozarks.  The first half of the first day will be spent in a classroom setting … Continue reading

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