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Did you know that in addition to the technical library and conference materials, this website also hosts working group pages? Pages for the species-specific working groups for the streaked horned lark, Taylor’s checkerspot butterfly, and Mazama pocket gopher, which are also coordinated by CPOP, have been available for years. These pages provide background information on each species as well as working group documents such as minutes and action plans. The Oregon silverspot butterfly, which was listed in 1980, has long had an active working group, but lacked a good online space for group documents. Click here (or navigate using the main menu) to see the group page. We’ll be adding many years worth of documents to the page in the coming months, so stay tuned!
Do you coordinate a prairie-oak working group that lacks an online space for documents? Email ekim [at] cnlm.org to learn about getting a page for your group on the CPOP website.
The Cascadia Prairie-Oak Partnership (CPOP) is a community of people and organizations that are involved in prairie-oak conservation and species recovery efforts in western Cascadia. CPOP strives to improve outcomes by facilitating increased collaboration, idea sharing and information transfer among the CPOP community.
CPOP is coordinated by Ecostudies Institute. For more information, email CPOP [at] cascadiaprairieoak.org.
CPOP promotes prairie and oak conservation from British Columbia to northwest California, including the WPG ecoregion pictured below.
With over 700 members, the CPOP ListServ is a great place to discuss best management practices, share newsletters and publications, and learn about upcoming conferences and workshops.