Outreach, Education and Training

Southeastern Partners in Plant Conservation

Southeastern Partners in Plant Conservation will bring together government agencies, land managers, botanical gardens, university programs, experts, professionals, and other interested parties to build capacity and promote novel partnerships for plant conservation in the Southeast. Working with a wide range of stakeholders that represent diverse interests and perspectives, this effort seeks to stimulate collective successes in local, state, and regional plant conservation.

SePPCon 2024

Mark your calendars and join us for SePPCon 2024 at Atlanta Botanical Garden on October 15 - 18, 2024. Information about abstracts, registration, travel, schedules, and more can be found at the link below.
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We are seeking sponsors to help us bring together this community of partners. Benefits of sponsorship include, at a minimum, one or more ticket(s) to the conference, advertising, and recognition at the conference. Sponsorship levels and benefits for your consideration are listed below.

SePPCon participants represent a range of organizations, international and local affiliations. Attendees have included individuals from government agencies, land managers, botanical gardens, university programs, Tribal Nations, and other professionals interested in supporting plant conservation. Presentations, workshops, and breakout sessions will provide opportunities for all participants to learn conservation best practices and skills and will strengthen the regional conservation network.

SePPCon 2024 aims to enhance plant conservation efforts in the Southeast and recognizes that this cannot be ethically achieved without significant efforts toward improving environmental justice. We are learning and taking steps towards making conservation more inclusive and equitable. If you or your organization would like to help fund this event or offer scholarships for the attendance of individuals representing historically marginalized groups, please contact Sarah Norris at snorris@atlantabg.org.

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The Southeastern Plant Conservation Alliance

The Southeastern Plant Conservation Alliance (SE PCA) is a cross-cutting partnership of public and private conservation professionals working in the Southeastern United States that seeks to bridge gaps between local and national efforts by fostering regional cooperation and promoting a diversity of partners.

visit the SE PCA website