Wed, 25/02/2015 - 09:07
The Global Trees Campaign (GTC)* is pleased to announce the publication of a series of practical guidance briefs for threatened tree conservation**.
The aim of these guidance briefs is to provide conservation practitioners or site managers who are not botanists or foresters with best practice guidance on the skills required to conserve threatened trees.
In all, nine different briefs are available covering some of the major skills required to survey, monitor and reinforce wild populations of threatened trees. A short summary of each brief is provided in the attached document and all of the briefs are available online at www.globaltrees.org/resources/practical-guidance. Spanish and Chinese translations will be available soon.
We very much hope you will share these briefs with your field teams, partners, and other collaborators, and that they will find them useful - and possibly inspire them to start targeted action for any threatened tree species that occur in their areas.
Feedback on the briefs would be very welcome, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also contact us if you have any questions about the guidance provided in this series or would like additional support with implementing actions for threatened trees in the wild.