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Texas Plant Conservation Conference 2022

UPDATE (22-March-2022):

Due to extenuating circumstances, the Texas Plant Conservation Conference is postponed. It will not be held 8-10 August 2022 and will instead be pushed to a later date, likely in 2023. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding. FWBG|BRIT values this conference and the opportunities it affords the conservation community around the state, and is committed to supporting it in the future.


The Texas Plant Conservation Conference is a professional-level meeting serving scientists, land managers, state and federal agencies, local governments, and other professionals with an interest in plant conservation in Texas and adjacent regions. Conference attendees explore current research and conservation projects on rare plants, native plant communities, plant monitoring methods, and plant management practices for native Texas plants. This conference is ideal for conservation organizations, agencies, academics and members of the public interested in native plant conservation. 

Planning for the 2022 Texas Plant Conservation Conference (TPCC) is underway – please check back soon for updates!


Schedule of Events

  • August 8: Texas Oklahoma Regional Consortium of Herbaria (TORCH) annual meeting
  • August 9: Day 1 of TPCC
  • August 10: Day 2 of TPCC

What to expect from TPCC 2022

  • Innovator presentations and pre-recorded talks
  • Keynote and guest lectures
  • Poster session
  • Workshops and collaborative breakout sessions
  • Garden tours
  • and much more!

Past conferences:

  • 2020 – Virtual
  • 2018 – Fort Worth “Collaborate”
  • 2016 – Fort Worth (cohosted by Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center)

Questions? Please send questions through the contact form below:

Research Team