2021 Webinar Series

*USDA Plant Database: New and Improved - edited webinar archive available for free. 

Learn more about the NAA 2021 webinar program here.

Natural Areas  Conference

2021 Natural Areas Virtual Conference:
Thank you to all that attended NAC21!
An archived recording of the 2021 Natural Areas Conference will be available to registrants within one week of the live event (10/19 - 10/26)

2022 Natural Areas Conference:

SNAP - State Natural Areas Program Roundtable

NAA State Natural Areas Program - State Reports Virtual Roundtable 
  • November  17, 2021,  
  • 12:00pm - 2:00pm EST
  • Deadline for submissions: November 15, 2021

If you would like to register for notifications regarding future SNAP meetings, click here

2021 Award Winners

Congratulations to Dr. Glenn Juday - recipient of the 2021 George B. Fell Award

Congratulations to Ken McCarty - recipient of the 2021 Carl N. Becker Stewardship Award

Learn more about NAA Awards

The Natural Areas Journal

The Natural Areas Journal is the flagship publication of the Natural Areas Association is the leading voice in natural areas management and preservation.

Current Issue: 
Popular Open-Access Articles:

July 2021 - Targeted Species Projects for Volunteers to Increase Early Detection Capacity: The Water Chestnut Mapping Challenge

April 2021 - Priority Species Lists to Restore Desert Tortoise and Pollinator Habitats in Mojave Desert Shrublands

Jan 2021 - A Sampling-Based Approach to Estimating the Minimum Population Size of the Federally Threatened Colorado Hookless Cactus

Nov 2020  - Current and Future Carbon Storage Capacity in a Southeastern Pennsylvania Forest

Sep 2020 - Toward Improving Pollinator Habitat: Reconstructing Prairies with High Forb Diversity 

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August 10 SNAP archive now available

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Protecting Rare and at Risk Species Webinar Archive now available

August 18, 2021
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