2022 Arizona Botany Meeting

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2022 Arizona Botany Meeting

Native Plants of Arizona: Exploring the Unique Plants and Ecosystems of Our Botanically Diverse State

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Join us for the 19th Annual Arizona Botany Meeting! This year’s theme is Native Plants of Arizona: Exploring the Unique Plants and Ecosystems of Our Botanically Diverse State.

The meeting will take place virtually and bring together native plant enthusiasts from around Arizona... and the world! This will be a one-day event on Saturday December 3, 2022.

See the detailed agenda below. Times, presenters, and topics still subject to change.

The registration fee is still only $10.00 in an effort to make this an affordable event for everyone. Additional donations are welcome.

Most presentation recordings will be made available after the event on the AZNPS YouTube Channel. Feel free to re-watch and share with your fellow botanists and native plant aficionados.

2022 Arizona Botany Meeting

Saturday December 3, 2022 from 9am to 3:30pm

Detailed times available soon.

Session Listing:

Wendy C. Hodgson - Hesperoyucca newberryi (Agavoideae), the Overlooked Stepsister of the Well-Known Chaparral-yucca, H. whipplei

Julia Fonseca - Megadrought in the Cienega Creek Natural Preserve

Anita B. Thompson - Salvia Species: More Than Just A Pretty Flower

John Scheuring - Successional and keystone native emergence following invasive plant control in Southern Arizona.

Frankie S. Coburn, et al. - Discovery of Aphyllon riparium, a rare riparian holoparasite new to the Arizona flora

Frankie S. Coburn - The Unique Flora of the Prescott Region: Progress and Highlights

Anita B. Thompson – Wild-Harvesting Native Seed on State and Federal Lands

Panel Discussion – Ask A Native Plant Specialist

Show & Tell - AZNPS Website Plant List Overview