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CPC Rare Plant Academy
Table of Contents
Why Conserve Rare Plants?
PART 1: CONVENTIONAL SEED BANKING
PART 2: ALTERNATIVES TO CONVENTIONAL SEED BANKING
PART 3: GENETIC GUIDELINES
PART 4: RARE PLANT REINTRODUCTION
PART 5: DOCUMENTATION AND DATA SHARING
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05/03/2019 - 2:08pm
Answer to: viola germination experience?
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Are others collecting demographic data from reintroduced populations?
05/02/2019 - 1:41pm
Answer to: rare plant demography data for at least 5 years?
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Answer to: Does your institution have germination data of seeds stored after 1, 5 or 10 years?
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TOWARD SUCCESSFUL REINTRODUCTIONS: THE COMBINED IMPORTANCE OF SPECIES TRAITS, SITE QUALITY, AND RESTORATION TECHNIQUE
Common ground and controversy in native plant restoration
Reintroduction of Castilleja levisecta: Effects of Ecological Similarity, Source Population Genetics, and Habitat Quality
Vital steps toward success of endangered plant reintroductions
Reintroduction of rare and endangered plants: common factors, questions and approaches
Working Toward the Same Goal: Reintroducing Rare Plants in Support of Wild Population Conservation
Best Practices Authored
Reversing regional extinction: Recovery of golden paintbrush in Oregon
Tom Kaye, Institute for Applied Ecology