How Native Plants Benefit from Fire

Audubon Society of Central Arkansas meeting

Thursday, August 11, 2022
7:00pm - 8:00pm Central Online Event

How Native Plants Benefit from Fire

August 11, 2022

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This is Audubon Society of Central Arkansas's monthly meeting. this month's presenter is Virginia McDaniel. She will combine her knowledge, field experience and high-energy to tell us about “Using Fire and Thinning to Restore Woodlands on the Ouachita National Forest”. This will include a look back on the historic landscape and a delve into the native plants that benefit from fire.

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Virginia is a Forestry Technician with the US Forest Service, Southern Regional Station, based in Hot Springs. Her research areas include the effects of prescribed fire on ecological communities, and the herbaceous flora of pine woodlands. She is also an officer of the Arkansas Native Plant Society. She has a B.S. in Biology from Grinnell College and a M.S. in Biology from Western Kentucky University.

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