The Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program would like to invite you to attend a presentation on the PA Natural Diversity Inventory (PNDI) on December 16th from 10-12 in Harrisburg.
This session will provide an overview of the PNDI program, updates made to the tool in the past year, as well as an overview and discussion on potential upgrades to a Conservation Planning and Environmental Review tool.
Seating at our venue is limited, please RSVP to reserve a spot:
When: December 16th, 10am-12pm
Where: Rachel Carson State Office Building 2nd Floor Auditorium
400 Market Street, Harrisburg PA 17105
The Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program
The Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program (PNHP) is a member of
NatureServe, an international network of natural heritage programs
that gather and provide information on the location and status of
important ecological resources (plants, vertebrates, invertebrates,
natural communities and geologic features). Our purpose is to provide
current, reliable, objective information to help inform environmental
decisions. PNHP information can be used to guide conservation work and
land-use planning, ensuring the maximum conservation benefit with the
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