FSC becomes 100th member of National Biodiversity Network
FSC has joined the National Biodiversity Network last year and becomes the 100th member of the society.
We realise that FSC; with its mission statement of Environmental Understanding for All; must increase its own profile and work with others to secure long-term training and resource development opportunities to ensure that volunteers and professionals alike are supported in sharing data. This includes making records and developing mechanisms for exchanging information on conservation issues. NBN should surely be one of the key players and, through membership, FSC is now part of that and we couldnt be more happier.
Find out why 2014 was the time for us to join.
Thursday, December 18, 2014