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Grasses are a vital part of Southern Appalachian plant communities--in open balds or wetlands or in areas periodically disturbed with tree fall, mowing, or fire, and in shady understory communities. The presentation will provide an overview of native grass species, their classification, their associated plant communities, and favorable species for native gardens.

Gary Kauffman has been the botanist/ecologist program manager for the National Forests in NC since April of 2007. The National Forests in NC cover 1.2 million acres across 4 forests, the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests in the mountains, the Uwharrie NF in the Piedmont, and the Croatan NF in the Coastal Plain. Gary has been with the USFS since 1992 previously filling the Nantahala NF botanist position from 1992 to 2000. Gary has a master’s degree in botany/mycology. He is originally from Ohio having moved and lived in western NC for the past 33 years.

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