Featured Placements

IRC Rare Plant Report in the Washington Post

IRC Rare Plant Report in NBC News

Puerto Rico Database featured on American Publican Garden Association

2017

Beach Planting and Cleanup Event. The Coastal Star, page 48 & 68.

Local Conservation Strategist Attends National Botanical Meeting. Sun Sentinel.

People on the move: Conservation specialist to help advise on plant species status. Sun Sentinel.

Things You Need to Know in Delray Beach this April. Delray Newspaper, page 5.

Website takes guess work out of native plant species. Sun Sentinel.

2016

American Biologists Visit Cuba to Study Orchids. Latin Post.

Cleanup efforts need volunteers for beach areas. Sun Sentinel.

Newsmakers: People on the move in Palm Beach business, civic life. Palm Beach Post, page 4.

People on the move: Lank Oil Co. appoints Terrance E. Linne as president. Sun Sentinel, page 4.

2015

Breaking the Ice: Obama Seeks to Cement Climate Change Legacy. NBC News.

Business Spotlight: FAU research faculty, MBA program score high marks. The Coastal Star.

Hearscientists discuss new ways to save rare Everglades plants. Sun Sentinel.

Institute for Regional Conservation Contributes to Listing of Florida Britle Fern as Endangered. SFC-CESU Newsletter, page 3.

New study: Everglades rare plants undersiege. Sun Sentinel.

New Website Launched on the Plants of the Island of Puerto Rico. Public Gardens.

Nuevo espacio virtual para los amantes de la naturaleza islena. Noticel.

Online Tool Available to Select Native Plants for Your Neighborhood. Pineapple Newspaper.

Online tool lists best plants for your ZIP code. Delray Forum, page 1 & 21.

Online tool for native gardening. Boynton Forum, page 16-17.

Plants seek attention, some respest, in statewide conservation discussions. The Daily Fray.

Rare Plants in Everglades Face Threats from Rising Sea Level. China Topix.

Rare plants in Everglades undersiege, struggling against extinction. Star 2.

Researchers: Rising Seas Threaten Rare Everglades Plants. The Washington Times.

Researchers: Rising Seas Threaten Rare Everglades Plants. WUSF Public Media.

Rising Seas Endanger Several Everglades Plants. Nature World News.

Study: Nearly 60 Everglades Rare Plants are Endangered. Miami Herald.

Study Shows That Close to 60 Rare Plants in the Everglades are Endangered. Tech Times.

Take the guesswork out of green gardening. The Coastal Star, page 34.

Todas las plantas de Puerto Rico en un solo lugar. Mi Puerto Rico Verde.

Website lists best plants for your zip code. Sun Sentinel.