Three fact-filled presentations on one video: “CFUS Herbarium & its role in Phenology Research” by Kathrine Waselkov, “Importance of the Plant Materials Program within Conservation” by Margaret Smither-Kopperl, & “Cal Flora and the Consortium of California Herbaria Database” by Cynthia Powell.
Click HERE to access this webinar and see our YouTube Channel.
Are you wanting to read some good articles, get to know one of our directors, or learn what our Chapter has been up to in the past few months? Well, the wait is over! The highly anticipated October 2021 edition of our Newsletter Conservation Perspective is here for your viewing pleasure.
Positions to be Elected in 2021 and Associated Responsibilities
General responsibilities for the affairs of the Chapter, shall arrange the program for the Annual Business Meeting, shall preside at the Annual Business Meeting and sessions of the Chapter Executive Council, and shall have charge of the election of officers.
President-Elect (This position will serve for two years before succeeding the current President for a two-year term from 2024-2025).
In the absence or disability of the President, the President-Elect performs the duties of the President. The President-Elect serves as the coordinator of the membership of the Chapter and organizes the Annual Conference.
Three Council Directors
Council Directors attend regular teleconference meetings and the annual Business Meeting to provide guidance on Chapter activities. Directors should serve on one or more committees (e.g., the Chapter Scholarship, the Chapter Awards, or the Annual Conference Planning committee, etc.).
Link to announcement below with more details and instructions.
We want to thank all of you who participated on the CA NV SWCS Webinar on 7/14/21. Sonia Rios’s presentation was full of technical knowledge regarding high density avocado planting and avocado production in general. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties we were not able to capture the entire presentation. However, we were able to record the Q & A Session fully. To watch this session, please go to the following link at our Youtube Channel. https://youtu.be/7Lnm57uw-XU
As always, thank you for your support and make sure to watch for the next SWCS webinar invite for August.
With the beginning of a new season, comes a new edition of our Conservation Perspective Newsletter. In this newsletter, you can read about fire and drought concerns, get to know some of our members and directors, learn about a large variety of workshops, webinars and events, and read about topics ranging from whole orchard recycling to managing invasives on rangeland. If you’re interested in attending our 76th SWCS International Annual Conference, be sure to check out our newsletter for details on how and where to sign up- but hurry, registration closes soon!
We are thrilled to once again be able to offer a scholarship for undergraduates in California and Nevada majoring in a field related to soil and water conservation. One deserving student will be awarded $1,000 to support their pursuit of a career in the field of conservation. Applications are due (postmarked) by May 15, 2021.