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PA’s Rare, Threatened & Endangered Plants & Unique Habitats They Live In

July 21 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

Free
Discover Pennsylvania’s special plant species

PA’s Rare, Threatened and Endangered Plants and the Unique Habitats They Live In

Thursday, July 21, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Presented by Cheyenne Moore, Plant Conservation Network Coordinator, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Pennsylvania is home to over 3,000 plant species, and among them are hundreds of rare, threatened, and endangered species. Explore how we determine what species fit into each of those categories. Many of Pennsylvania’s rare, threatened, and endangered species are associated with specialized habitats like waterways, rocky slopes, or wetlands that aren’t that common in the state. Join Cheyenne Moore to discover some of the state’s unique habitat types and the rare plants that live in them.

Free of charge; registration is required.

This lecture is a part of our monthly Third Thursday Lecture Series. All lectures will be held virtually and a link will be emailed to registered participants prior to each program date.