Recordings from the 39th Annual Conference

We recorded some of the sessions for the 39th Annual Conference in Crystal River from May 16-19, 2019. For more information, see the conference website and photo album.

Clockwise from top left: Peggy Lanz works on a garden plan in the Landscaping for Pollinators Workshop, Rolf's Milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa var. rolfsii) in the Citrus Tract Sunday Field Trip, Anna Pepper works a microscope to identify a native bee, and following Dr. Jack Putz through the marsh during the Gulf Coast Ecosystems and Sea Level Rise Field Trip.

Rising Seas, Retreating Forests, and other Rapid Changes in Coastal Ecosystems by Jack Putz, PhD
Download the audio (mp3) file here and watch the video here.

Florida Regional Landscape Conservation Obstacles and Opportunities by Tom Hoctor, PhD
Download the audio (mp3) file here.

Why is Florida So Rich in Biodiversity? by Reed Noss, PhD
Download the audio (mp3) file here.


How to Lead the Best Field Trip Ever with Jacqueline Rolly
Download the audio (mp3) here.

Mockernut Hill Botanical Garden with Linda Duever
Download the audio (mp3) here.

FNPS Work to Save Florida's Imperiled Plant Species with Juliet Rynear and Susan Carr, PhD
Download the audio (mp3) here.

The seasonality of post-fire response in native pine savanna groundcover with Dr. Edwin Bridges
Download the audio (mp3) here.

Where Ethnobotany and Ethnomusicology Meet with Sammy Tedder
Download the audio (mp3) here.

Panel Discussions

Working with local land trusts to identify and protect critical native plant habitats with Susan Carr, PhD, Marc Hudson, Willy The Losen, Tom Kay, Ivor Kincaide, and Traci Deen
Download the audio (mp3) here.

Conservation and Roads: Finding a Direction Best Traveled with Gene Kelly, Valerie Anderson, Laura Reynolds, Scott Davis, and Jason Watts
Download the audio (mp3) here.

Field Trips

Gulf Coast Ecosystems and Sea Level Rise with Jack Putz, PhD and Gene Kelly
Download the audio (mp3) file here.

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