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Saving Life On Earth: A Discussion on Saving Endangered Plants

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Date and time:
Sept. 10, 2020 at 4 p.m. PT
Host:
Center for Biological Diversity

Life on Earth would not be possible without plants but their importance is often overlooked. Globally nearly 16,000 plant species are at risk of extinction although only 11% of plants have even been assessed. In the United States, more than 900 plants are endangered, and 70 more are waiting in line for protection. The Center is hard at work to protect imperiled plants across the country from deserts to rainforests to southeastern swamps. Join us for our next Saving Life on Earth webinar to learn about our work to save endangered plants and how you can help. The presentation will feature our Hawaii Director Maxx Phillips and Ileene Anderson, a senior scientist in our Public Lands program. ----YOUR UNIQUE REGISTRATION LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO YOU FROM ZOOM. THIS WILL BE THE LINK YOU USE TO JOIN THE CALL. PLEASE LOOK FOR IT (POSSIBLY IN SPAM) AND KEEP IT FOR YOUR RECORDS.---- ----The Center for Biological Diversity fights to protect America's wildlife and wild lands. By joining this webinar, you agree to receive communications from us so we can work together to keep the wild alive.----

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