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State Natural Areas Program Reports (SNAP)
State Natural Areas Programs were among the first entities to protect natural areas in North America. For over 50 years, NAA has fostered a state agency programs community where practitioners and academics could share information, techniques, methodologies, good science and even moral support. NAA knows that collaboration is essential to the preservation of natural areas, and that it is important that colleagues become resources to each other.
While the Natural Areas Association (NAA) hosts several virtual SNAP Roundtables per year focused on various topics, the fall Roundtable is intended to keep the annual tradition of a gathering dedicated to State Natural Areas Program Reports. While we could not gather in person this year, the information shared about our state programs is so important that the NAA SNAP Planning Committee hosted a virtual event.
State Natural Areas Program Reports are an opportunity for practitioners to share some highlights, challenges, and achievements with people who understand this important work.
If you were not able to join the live event, you are welcome to view the state reports posted below. If you have any questions, please feel free to email the presenter. Contact information is included at the end of each presentation.
2021 Natural Areas Program Reports
Presented by Rick Myers, Natural Areas Stewardship Manager
Join the people who protect and manage our natural areas.