|Posted by macfungi on July 18, 2017 at 3:15 AM|
The Second Circular has been released for the Meeting of the European Mycological Association (EMA) and the International Society for Fungal Conservation (ISFC), entitled ‘Fungal Conservation in a Changing Europe: the Challenges Ahead,’ to be held in Ohrid, 1-6 Oct 2017.
Please note that the early bird period for lower registration fees has been extended to the end of July 2017. If you are able to attend the Meeting, please complete the registration form provided within the Second Circular, and send it to Prof. Karadelev as indicated. For payment of registration fees, please use the the bank account information given in the registration form.
The fungus Lenzitopsis oxycedri - symbol of the Meeting: http://iucn.ekoo.se/iucn/species_view/333109/.
|Posted by macfungi on June 15, 2017 at 9:50 AM|
A Meeting entitled ‘Fungal Conservation in a Changing Europe: the Challenges Ahead,’ will be held in Ohrid (Macedonia), between 1st and 6th Oct 2017. It is organized by the European Mycological Association (EMA) and the International Society for Fungal Conservation (ISFC), with scientific support by the IUCN Species Survival Commission. The Macedonian Mycological Society (MMS), based at the Institute of Biology within the Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics, Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, is the local host of the event. The venue is Hotel Tino-Sv Stefan.
The Meeting will be a platform for the participants to discuss the current processes responsible for changes in the mycoflora on a local, regional, national, European as well as overseas level, and to promote international cooperation in research, monitoring programmes and publication of red data lists of threatened fungi. The event will be divided into plenary lectures, workshops on IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) global red listing, poster sessions, and a one-day field excursion to Pelister National Park. To register for the event and for detailed event information, please consult the First Circular.