Rare Plant Restoration in Everglades National Park

Rare Plant Restoration in Everglades National Park

Join Bruce Holst, Selby Gardens' Director of Botany.  The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, in collaboration with the Institute for Regional Conservation and Everglades National Park, has been working for seven years to collect, propagate, and augment populations of the rarest plant species of Everglades National Park. These include several species of orchids and ferns. Attendees will learn about the history of the project and the status of the augmentation efforts. This lecture will take place in Selby's Great Room on the Bay. There is no charge for the lecture and reservations are not required. Please note the change in topic - the previously planned lecture, “Into the Lost World: Part II” will be presented at a later to-be-determined date. 

Please note: This lecture will take place in Selby's Great Room on the Bay. There is no charge for the lecture and reservations are not required.