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New Gap Analyses of Ex-Situ Collections and In-Situ Conservation Needs for US Oak Species

The Morton Arboretum has begun work delving into provenance-level accessions data for US native oaks, with plans to form the most holistic analysis of oak collections’ conservation value currently available.

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The Michael Heathcoat Amory Award: Call for Applications

The International Oak Society invites individuals with research projects contributing to advancing our knowledge about, or appreciation of, oaks or their conservation to submit applications for the Michael Heathcoat Amory Award.

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Hybridization in Quercus (as Seen through the Eyes of an Enthusiast)

Jeroen Braakman shares his fascination with Quercus hybrids

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A Neophyte Revisits the Florida Oaks

Dirk Giseburt returns to the South Florida coast to check up on oaks he had seen six years ago

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The Hills Are Alive with Oaks

Rebecca Dellinger-Johnston visits Copenhagen Hills Reserve in Louisiana

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The Sacred Oak of Oley

Plummer Dunkle tells the story of the Sacred Oak in Oley Valley, Pennsylvania

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