Population Ecology of Silphium albiflorum (white rosinweed)

**NO March 2020 Meet-Up.**

Monday, April 13, 2020 from 6:30pm – 8pm
Population Ecology of Silphium albiflorum (white rosinweed)
Bruce Benz, Biology Professor at Texas Wesleyan University

Did you know that white rosinweed (Silphium albiflorum) is an endemic Texas species with a limited range globally & is found only in north central Texas? Bruce has coordinated a long-term population ecology study of white rosinweed at Tandy Hills Natural Area & other sites within its limited range.

(Photo by Bob O’Kennon via iNaturalist)

Texas Wesleyan University is organizing an all-day event at Tandy Hills to celebrate Earth Day 2020 on Saturday, April 18.  The event will sponsor an invasive plant species survey to photo-document invasives at 100 precise locations. Invasive species at Tandy Hills threatens the existing population of white rosinweed.

Tarrant County College – Northwest Campus
WACB 1123 (building closest to the lake; park in the last parking lot by the lake)

Download map:
TCC-NW Meeting Location 2020

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