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Video: SKCDC Rankings, Research & Rare Plants
November 24, 2014: Wondering what the SKCDC does? Where your data goes? How species are ranked and what makes a tracked species? Watch this video on the SK PCAP youtube channel of a presentation given by SKCDC botanist, Sarah Vinge-Mazer, as part of the Prairie Conservation Action Plan (PCAP) Speaker Series!
SKCDC Verifies a New Plant Species for the Province
November 20, 2014: Bacopa rotundifolia, Water Hyssop, has been confirmed for the first time in Saskatchewan! See full story.
New EO Not Found Loadform
November 20, 2014: If surveys were conducted in an area where a known element occurrence (EO) was located and it was not found, you can now report this to the SKCDC by using our "EO Not Found" loadform. See our "Submit Data" page for more information and to download this form.
We're Hiring!
November 3, 2014: The Ministry of Environment, through the Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre (SKCDC), in partnership with Nature Saskatchewan, require the services of a Zoologist for a term position, commencing in January 2015. View the full job description for details and how to apply. Applications should be submitted by November 28th, 2014.
New SKCDC Email Address for Data Submissions
November 3, 2014: Data submitted to the SKCDC can now be sent to SKCDC.data@gov.sk.ca. Please see our page on submitting observations for more information.
Updates to Plant S-Ranks and Tracking Statuses
November 3, 2014: The fall meeting of the Botanical Assessment Working Group (BAWG) was recently held on October 30, 2014, and resulted in a number of plant S-rank changes: see full story.
New Invasive Species Coordinator
September, 2014: The SKCDC welcomes Ahdia Hassan as our new invasives species coordinator. She will be managing and promoting the use of iMapInvasives - an interactive online mapping and data management tool that tracks invasive plant & animal species. You can learn more about Ahdia on our staff page.
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