Pine Rockland Working Group (PRWG)
The mission of the Pine Rockland Working Group (PRWG) is to maintain and restore the pine rockland natural community, its associated species, and the natural processes, most notably fire, upon which they all depend.
The Pine Rockland Working Group is an informal collection of individuals representing nongovernmental organizations; local, state, and national government agencies from Florida, the Bahamas, and Turks and Caicos Islands; and private landowners who share an interest in the management and conservation of pine rocklands.
Conferences & Workshops:
- 2014 Pine Rockland Symposium, June 26-28, 2014
- 2012 Pine Rockland Conference, June 14-15, 2012
- 2010 Pine Rockland Conference, February 10-13, 2010
- 2008 Pine Rockland Conference: "Rockland Forests in a Changing World". Florida International University - MARC Building, Pavilion Room. February 28, 2008
Fire Effects Monitoring, Suggested References:
National Key Deer Refuge--Desired Future Conditions for Fire-maintained Habitats. Results and Synthesis of a Fire Management & Fire Ecology Experts' Workshop 16-17 August 2010. Compiled by Ronald L. Myers
Tree Mortality Following Prescribed Fire and a Storm Surge Event in Slash Pine (Pinus elliottii var. densa) Forests in the Florida Keys, USA. Sah and others, 2010; International Journal of Forestry Research
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Workshop on Conservation of Florida Key's Pine Rocklands, March 28-29, 2007
- Developing Ecological Criteria for Prescribed Fire in South Florida Pine Rockland Ecosystems, Snyder and others, 2006: USGS OFR 2006-1062, 109 p.
- Pine rockland chapter in the South Florida Multi-Species Recovery Plan
Fire Management Assessment of the Caribbean Pine (Pinus caribea) Forest Ecosystems on Andros and Abaco Islands, Bahamas: The Nature Conservancy, Global Fire Initiative publication no. 2004-1.
NPR report on south Florida slash pine genetics research, November 4, 2004
Working group archive minutes:
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