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Wednesday, 23 April 2014
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The Center for Natural Land Management protects and manages endangered, threatened, and rare species within their native habitats. More than 50 species on CNLM preserves are threatened or endangered (at the State and/or federal level), and many additional plant species on these preserves are classified as rare or threatened by the California Native Plant Society. In addition to applied research, adaptive management practices, and collaborative research and outreach efforts, CNLM has initiated in 2011 a series of ‘species abstracts’ for particular species that it manages. The abstracts contain information on the biology of the species, conservation status, potential threats, and selected references. As the abstracts are developed, they will be provided here. Please send any comments on the abstracts, including additions and suggested changes, to Deborah Rogers (drogers@cnlm.org).


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