Upcoming Events

NAA adds new programming to the calendar regularly.

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New Interest in Old Forests: Creating an Assessment Method for Pennsylvania Old-growthFebruary 27, 2024

New Interest in Old Forests: Creating an Assessment Method for Pennsylvania Old-growth
Ecologist Jaci Braund will discuss how the Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program is using new methods to identify what differentiates old-growth forests in Pennsylvania based on regional literature and field observations.

Indian Country 101 - A Learning Opportunity for the Rest of UsMay 21, 2024

Indian Country 101 - A Learning Opportunity for the Rest of Us
Indian Country 101 is a free, online, self-paced tribal engagement training series developed by The Whitener Group, a Native-owned consultant group, and The Nature Conservancy (Washington State). This innovative tool was created as a way to learn more about the history of Native Nations in the U.S. and how to effectively engage and support Tribes in conservation work.

Southeastern Plants Regional Species of Greatest Conservation NeedOctober 7-10, 2024

2024 Natural Areas Conference (NAC24)
NAA’s Natural Areas Conference will be held in Manhattan, Kansas, nestled in the heart of the scenic Flint Hills, a globally significant remnant of the once vast tallgrass prairie ecosystem.

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The Natural Areas Journal is a peer-reviewed, internationally recognized professional journal for scientists and natural areas professionals.

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Stewardship in Action Field Workshops

We hold these events in various locations to allow our community members to share regionally specific information, strategies and tools for natural areas management.

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Natural Areas Conference

The 2024 Natural Areas Conference will gather in person on October 7-10 in Manhattan, Kansas. More information

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Our webinar series is a part of our continuing commitment to bring the latest and most relevant information to our members.

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