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We're hiring!
July 10, 2014: The Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council, is looking to hire an Invasive Species Coordinator for a term position, commencing August, 2014. Click here to view full description and details on how to apply. Applications should be submitted by July 25th, 2014.
Proposed Red List for Saskatchewan Lichens
July 24, 2014: A new report has been published by Bernard de Vries & the SKCDC: The Proposed Red List for Saskatchewan Lichens.
Updates to COSEWIC statuses
June 5, 2014: COSEWIC met in May, 2014 to discuss and evaluate the status of wildlife species in Canada. Among Saskatchewan species that changed are the western grebe, dakota skipper, mormon metalmark, gypsy cuckoo bumble bee and western bumble bee (occidentalis subspecies). Read more...
Updates to Plant S-Ranks and Tracking Statuses
May 22, 2014: The Botanical Assessment Working Group has recently reassessed the ranks of seven species. A summary of the reassessments can be found here.
SKCDC Guidelines for the Collection of Spatial Data During Plant Surveys
March 2014: View our new guidelines on the Protocols & Guidelines page.
Your Data Informs Species Ranking
March 2014: Did you know the SKCDC uses submitted data to help inform species ranking? Recently, Rough Pennyroyal (Hedeoma hispida) was reassessed by the Botanical Assessment Working Group (BAWG).
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