Northwest Lichenologists


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Upcoming events

    • 13 Jan 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Corvallis, Oregon
    Annual meeting of NWL Board of Directors, officers, and other interested people. 10 a.m. to about 2 p.m., second Saturday in January in Corvallis (1840 NE Seavy Ave.). Visitors are welcome. Contact the secretary for details.
    • 27 Mar 2018
    • 6:00 PM
    • 30 Mar 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Olympia, Washington
    Annual general meeting (2018, Olympia, Washington at Evergreen State College). We are meeting with the Northwest Scientific Association (NWSA). Registration is through NWSA. The meeting has talks, a workshop, and one or more field trips. See photos from past meetings.

    Field Trip: TBA. The Olympia area has diverse, excellent lichen habitats nearby and a mild climate, compared to much of the Pacific Northwest at this date.

    Share your research on lichens, mosses, and fungi with an oral or poster presentation!  Abstracts for poster and oral presentations are due next winter, time TBA. Please share what you have been up to, or just come to absorb.

    General Schedule

    March 27:         Evening Social

    March 28-29:    Plenary Sessions

                           Concurrent Technical and Poster Sessions,  Workshops, & Banquet

    March 30:         Field Trip

    Future years: We are eager to have YOU help to organize the meeting. The meeting is arranged on a year-by-year basis, depending on the location of the NWSA meeting. This usually happens in mid to late March. The annual meeting typically has four components: talks that present ongoing or completed research (we try to keep this as casual and informal as possible); a workshop on a particular topic, genus, or area; field trips to some local spots of interest; and evening socializing, usually at a local restaurant.
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