Introduction to the Proceedings

Lance, Ron
December 2001
International Oaks;Dec2001, Issue 12, p4
Academic Journal
The article discusses the highlights of the International Oak Conference held at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville on October 29-31, 2000. The event was attended by 112 people and featured sessions on oak forestry and ecology, oak botany, and oak horticulture. The conference also hosted a seed exchange, plant sale, pre-conference workshops and tours. Attendees came from 18 countries representing about 57 percent of the country members in the International Oak Society.


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