Virtual Lunchbox Talk: Monitoring and Management at the Green Swamp Preserve (Venus flytrap, longleaf pine, Lysimachia)
with Dale Shew, Biological Consultant; Roger Shew, Senior Lecturer in Geology and Environmental Science, UNC Wilmington
The registration period has closed for this event.
Date: Thursday, May 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Location: Zoom webinar
Fee: Free, $5 suggested fee
Monitoring studies are essential for the management and preservation of select species, but also for restoration and management on a broader community scale. The Nature Conservancy has supported long-term studies on longleaf pine restoration, the endangered species Lysimachia asperulifolia, and Venus flytrap in the Green Swamp and other preserves. The studies are particularly important for determining the success of restoration efforts but also in quantifying impacts of seasonal controlled burns.
Green Swamp Composite
The North Carolina Botanical Garden has partnered with the Friends of Plant Conservation to offer several excursions and Lunchbox Talks that highlight some of our state's rarest plants and natural areas.
An excursion to Green Swamp & Boiling Springs Lakes is being planned for Saturday, June 5. Registration for this event will open soon.