Fifth Annual New York City EcoFlora Conference

November 4, 2022

10 a.m.–12 p.m. EDT | Online

Celebrating Community Science in New York City

Join the New York City EcoFlora project, now in its sixth year, for a conference celebrating community science in New York City! Our speakers detail various community science programs and projects being conducted throughout NYC, and highlight the impact and significance of engaging community members in urban biodiversity research.

There will be four twenty minute talks, followed by a Q&A.


Welcome and Introduction
Lawrence M. Kelly, Ph.D., Vice President for Science Administration, New York Botanical Garden

Speakers and Presentations

About the New York City EcoFlora Project

Learn more about The New York City EcoFlora project, engaging New Yorkers in protecting and preserving the City’s native plant species, and assembling new, original observations and data on the City’s flora to better inform policy decisions about management and conservation of the City’s natural resources.


View of central park trees