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We’re thrilled to have you here! Welcome!

What Will You Receive?

What you receive in your email updates depends on what you opt into at sign up, or what you change in your preferences section once subscribed.

As we expand our offerings and develop our programming better, we may also change or add to the preferences that you can opt into.

We do our best to keep inbox clutter to a minimum, while offering our best and most relevant updates.

Once you sign up, you’ll receive a welcome email. Be sure to check your inbox and junk folders – if we go to spam, add to your Safe Senders list!

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Keep up with what we are doing as we grow and develop. New opportunities and collaborations are on the horizon.

How is Your Zip Code Used?

This helps us broaden our offerings into new areas. Because we are based remotely, we have the opportunity to offer events at different locations. When we consider new in-person events and experiences, we may use the zip code responses as a way to determine where we can offer these experiences to the most people.

Let us know if you have a particular area you’d like to see us visit!

Can You Update Your Information or Preferences?

Yes! Once you sign up, you will receive a welcome email. On that email, or any email that you receive from us, you will see a link at the bottom of the email that will prompt you to update your preferences. You can update your email preferences and zip code here. You can also easily unsubscribe.

Have questions? Send us an email and let us know from our Contact page.



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Who Are We?

F.E.R.N. is short for Flora, Fauna, & Fungi Ecological Resource Network.

Our mission is to support conservation by promoting synergy between individuals, communities, and organizations. Our work addresses the need for greater connection and communication in conservation.

We do that by promoting information equity which connects individuals with the social and physical resources to facilitate communication and knowledge.

We also connect ecological knowledge-bearers across different specialties so they can collaborate on mutual goals.

These aspects often come together to engage people with the natural world as we bring culture and nature together into a range of events and eco-experiences.