Who is protecting the natural beauty of Utahs's plants? For over a decade our Conservation Program has been working to protect over 250 of Utah's rare plant species and native habitats throughout the Intermountain West. By partnering with the Center for Plant Conservation, agencies and organizations across the globe, we have become pioneers in plant conservation research and preservation techniques. We can make great strides when we make them together! Come learn about this essential work being done at the Garden, and see how you can play a part in the conservation of the West.
Utah Rare Plant Meeting 2013
This annual meeting is co-hosted with the Utah Native Plant Society. The purpose of the meeting is to provide a forum where professionals and plant enthusiasts alike can gather to exchange critical information, concerns, and successes about Utah's rare plant species. Open to the public, attendees frequently include federal and state agencies, non-profit organizations, private consultants, university researchers and students, and citizens.
Upcoming Meeting - March 5th 2013
Check in and light breakfast: 8:30-9:00am
Workshop: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Red Butte Garden and Arboretum
Visitor Center, Upstairs classroom
300 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City, UT. 84108
Registration Fee: $15 , box lunch provided
Submit abstracts for oral presentations & posters by February 15th to:
Walt Fertig, WALT@KANAB.NET