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Plan Title Plan Stage Plan Lead Region (FWS) Plan Lead Office (FWS) Species Common Name Species Scientific Name Action Priority Action Number Action Description Action Status Estimated Initiation Date Estimated Completion Date Action Lead Agencies Responsible Parties Work Types Labor Types Comments Implementation Activity Number Implementation Activity Description Implementation Activity Status Implementation Activity Estimated Initiation Date Implementation Activity Estimated Completion Date Implementation Activity Labor Types Implementation Activity Work Types Implementation Activity Responsible Parties Implementation Activity Comments Implementation Activity Species
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 1 11 Establish cooperative agreements with: Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Cooperative agreements have not been established with the AgReserves, Inc. for the Liberty/Gadsden population (Hosford population).
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 1 111 St Joe paper Co Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected At present, cooperative agreements have not been established with the St. Joe Timberland Company (Timberland Company) for the Liberty/Gadsden population (Hosford population). According to A. Johnson (FNAI ecologist), the nature conservancy had an agreement with the Timberland Company in the 1980's.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 1 112 Camp Blanding Ongoing Current FY 2006 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, Camp Blanding, Florida National Guard Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation, Management: Planning Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance Email in file dates 9/5/2006- states that Camp Blanding is committed to mgt for this plant. Their INRMP is the official document for reporting their committment to the long term mgt of it. Monitoring data have been collected by Sandra Oxenfider, we have copies. As of 2012, there are 31 clumps; all stable
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 1 12 Habitat Protection Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Research, St. Joe Paper Company Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected To date, two protected populations have been secured: one population of about 260+ clumps on the St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve (SJBSBP), Gulf County, and one population at Camp Blanding, Clay County composed of 31 clumps. The Hosford population has not been secured; the land was proposed for state acquisition in 2002 as a Florida Forever project (Hosford Chapman's Rhododendron Protection Zone).
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 1 121 Cooperate with owners Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 1 123 Discourage adverse use of habitat Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, St. Joe Paper Company, Camp Blanding, Florida National Guard Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 1 22 Girdle oaks at Camp Blanding Ongoing Current FY 2005 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, Camp Blanding, Florida National Guard Management: Habitat Maintenance and Manipulation Internal Technical Assistance, Internal Field Assistance Doc in file "Nov 2005: survey of CR at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center" reports staff efforts to clear encroaching vegetation at the site.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 122 Keep them informed Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 124 Prevent federal destruction of habitat Ongoing Current FY 2005 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, Camp Blanding, Florida National Guard Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Email in file dates 9/5/2006- states that Camp Blanding is committed to mgt for this plant. Their INRMP is the official document for reporting their committment to the long term mgt of it.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 13 Plant protection Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 131 Work with owners Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 132 Support laws Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 14 Proper management Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Management with prescribed fire has been implemented for the population at SJBSBP (Gulf Co. Buffer Preserve). This is done with a 3-5 yr interval burn rotation. The Camp Blanding staff cleared the encroaching vegetation at the Rhododendron site in 2005 and in subsequent 2008 and 2009 survey periods; prescribed fire is planned for 2010 (S. Oxenrider, 2010, pers. comm.). The Hosford population was burned in 2001 by The Nature Conservancy under a grant with the Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI); only 10 acres were burned (M. Jenkins, 2010, pers. comm.). The site appeared to have been burned in about 6-8 yr interval rotation. Presently, the Camp Blanding and the Hosford sites are in need of prescribed fire.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 141 Cooperate with owners Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 142 Discourage drainage Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 143 Encourage beneficial plantation management Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 144 Encourage preservation of valuable sites Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, St. Joe Paper Company, Camp Blanding, Florida National Guard Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected To date, two protected sites have been secured: one site of about 400+ clumps on the St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve (SJBSBP) in Gulf County, and one population at Camp Blanding in Clay County composed of 31 clumps. The Hosford population has not been secured.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 153 Recount every 5 years Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected 2019: 1.Camp Blanding: Hardin and Redmond (1985) comprehensively censused the population reporting 32 clumps with a total of 94 stems. Thirty-one clumps were located in 2005 by the Camp Blanding staff, and censused consistently for four years. The clumps occur at two sites (Camp Blanding north and Camp Blanding south) separated by 130 meters; the isolated clump, recorded along the road, was not located during the surveys. These sites represent one EO. According to the Camp Blanding Biologist, there has been no change to the R. chapmanii population (C. Baldoni, Camp Blanding, 7/11/2019, pers. comm.). The censuses include revisiting the clumps and recording whether the clumps had flowers, fruits, buds or neither (presence and absence). Based on these censuses, the population seems to be stable since 2005. However, if we compare these results to Totten’s 1944 observations, it appears that the number of clumps declined over time by 52%. 2. Gulf Co. population: Surveys indicate the presence of 24 locations or sites within 6,511 acres, totaling about 811 clumps (Schultz and Johnson 1997, FNAI 2019). Technically, we are considering 8 EOs (A. Jenkins & F. Price, FNAI, 07/18/2019, pers. comm.). Excellent estimated viability was reported to the SJBSBP; about 490 plants have been documented from 2003 to 2019. 4 sites suffered a direct impact from 2018 Hurricane Michael; therefore, the status of the habitat and plants are currently uncertain 3. Hosford population: Surveys conducted in Liberty and Gadsden counties’ locations between 1982 and 2001 indicated the presence of 30 locations or sites (17 sites in Gadsden County; three in Liberty/Gadsden counties, and 10 in Liberty County; FNAI 2019), with about 2,942 clumps (Schultz and Johnson 1997). Technically, we are considering 6 EOs (A. Jenkins & F. Price, FNAI, 07/18/2019, pers. comm.). Seventeen sites were surveyed in 2010 (Negrón-Ortiz 2010 surveys). Excellent (A) estimated viability (size of the EO, general condition of the EO at the site, and the conditions of the landscape surrounding the EO, https://www.fnai.org/ranks.cfm) was observed for three sites, with a total of 81 R.m. chapmanii clumps. The other 14 sites lacked R.m. chapmanii: 10 sites had been cleared cut (extirpated); and four sites were found encroached with a dense understory, specifically overgrown with Cyrilla racemiflora (swamp titi). This information possibly indicates a 47% decline of the Hosford population’s documented sites.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 24 Replant declining sites: Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 241 Collect seed Ongoing Current FY 2006 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Research: Propagation Contract FWS PCFO contracted to Historic Bok Sanctuary for ex situ protection efforts. Report in files July 20,2006 doc efforts to date.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 242 Grow plants Ongoing Current FY 2006 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Research: Propagation Contract Bok Tower Garden had no success with root or stem cuttings despite quite successful and widely used commercial protocols (Gensel and Blazich 1985). According to BTG, germination rates were high, but seedlings died around three months of age from unknown causes. Mychorrhizal association has been reported for other rhododendron species, therefore it is plausible that fungal colonization is important in the establishment and survival of Rhododendron m. chapmanii¿ seedlings.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 2 243 Replant Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 133 Establish clone bank Ongoing Current FY 2006 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Research: Propagation Contract FWS PCFO contracted to Historic Bok Sanctuary for ex situ protection efforts. Report in files July 20,2006 doc efforts to date.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 15 Monitoring Ongoing Current FY 2008 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Research, Camp Blanding, Florida National Guard Research: Population Surveys, Research: Demographic Studies Labor type not yet selected 2019: Forty plants at the SJBSBP population were monitored from 2008-2010 (V. Negron-Ortiz, USFWS, botanist, unpub data). An average of eight stems per plant was observed during the study period, with an average length of the longest stem of 123 centimeters (48 inches); suggesting growth is similar across these years. On average, flowering stems were higher in 2009, but higher flower bud production was observed in 2008. The Camp Banding population has been monitored since 2005 (see section II.C.1.a). Monitoring has not been implemented for the Hosford population. The Hosford and Gulf populations were surveyed by FNAI in 1996 in 6 plots initially set up by FNAI in 1985. In 2010 the pC botanist surveyed the Hosford population: 19 sites were revisited: 11 sites were found extirpated (clear cut), 5 new sites were documented.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 151 Search for new sites Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected In May 2019 FNAI performed a comprehensive review of all R. m. chapmanii element occurrences (EO ). The 55 areas where the species was observed are currently mapped as 23 EOs. This is based on NatureServe 2004 guidance (EO separation distance of 1 km) with the addition of separation based on differences in management practices, threats, and habitat conditions. If considering only the parameter of 1 km separation distance, the 23 EOs technically represent 15 EOs (J. Annis, FNAI, 07/02/2019, pers. comm.).
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 152 Map, count all sites Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected In May 2019 FNAI performed a comprehensive review of all R. m. chapmanii element occurrences (EO ). The 55 areas where the species was observed are currently mapped as 23 EOs. This is based on NatureServe 2004 guidance (EO separation distance of 1 km) with the addition of separation based on differences in management practices, threats, and habitat conditions. If considering only the parameter of 1 km separation distance, the 23 EOs technically represent 15 EOs (J. Annis, FNAI, 07/02/2019, pers. comm.).
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 2 Strengthen populations at: Obsolete U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Research, Camp Blanding, Florida National Guard Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected According to the Recovery Plan, 100-200 plants were taken from the Hosford population by growers and planted in Tallahassee, FL for ornamental purposes. The Plan suggested reintroducing cuttings from the collected plants to the wild in the areas where they were taken. Augmentation is not plausible at the moment because we don¿t have 1) the locations where these plants are currently growing; 2) an agreement with the private landowner to conduct this action; and 3) an assessment of the genetic variability within and among populations. Augmentation was also recommended for the Camp Blanding population if the number of clumps decreases below 20 per acre, and if the site shows a decline of more than 30% of rhododendrons after the initiation of monitoring. At present the population is composed of 31 clumps and seems to have been stable since 2005, thus augmentation is not currently necessary.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 21 Hosford site: Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service St. Joe Paper Company Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected 2019:  A Proposal to acquire a parcel in Gulf Co. occupied with Chapman’s Rhododendron plants (and two other listed plant species) was submitted by the State of Florida in 2010 to the USFWS Recovery Lands Acquisition Grant. Funding was awarded, but the private landowner retracted its offer. According to the Recovery Plan, 100-200 plants were taken from the Hosford population by growers and planted in Tallahassee, FL for ornamental purposes. The Plan suggested reintroducing cuttings from the collected plants to the wild in the areas where they were taken. Augmentation is not plausible at the moment because we do not have 1) the locations where these plants are currently growing; 2) an agreement with the private landowner to conduct this action; and 3) an assessment of the genetic variability within and among populations.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 211 Locate cuttings Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 212 Rear plants Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 213 Replant site Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, St. Joe Paper Company Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 23 Detect and solve other management problems Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 3 Establish new populations: Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 31 Determine historical range Partially Complete U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Historic geographical range represents the entire geographical distribution of a species known to date. Rhododendron m. chapmanii is at present endemic to Florida, and occurs in Gulf, Liberty, Gadsden, and Clay counties.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 32 Locate suitable sites Ongoing Not Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected 2019: FNAI surveys search for new populations/individuals in priority areas as determined by species distribution modeling (e.g., MaxEnt or Generalized Linear Models). Expected completion date: 2022, Coastal Program funding to ABG FNAI did an aerial survey for R. m. chapmanii in the 1980's at a time when it was blooming; they found numerous potential habitats between the Gulf and Gadsden county populations but without R. m chapmanii. At present, this action could include a combination of aerial photographs to survey between Gadsden/Liberty counties and Clay County, and species distribution modeling methods to initially determine potential sites, with subsequent validation or inspection of the sites for plants and suitability of habitat.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 33 Obtains permission for plantings Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 34 Collect seed Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected There are 1,700 seed in refrigerated storage at the Bok Tower Garden (BTG), Lake Wales, FL from collections made in 2007 at the SJBSBP (gulf County).
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 35 Raise and plant Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Bok Tower Garden had no success with root or stem cuttings despite quite successful and widely used commercial protocols (Gensel and Blazich 1985). According to BTG, germination rates were high, but seedlings died around three months of age from unknown causes. Mychorrhizal association has been reported for other rhododendron species (Usuki et al. 2003), therefore it is plausible that fungal colonization is important in the establishment and survival of Rhododendron m. chapmanii¿ seedlings.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 4 Research Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, USFWS Regional Office 4 - Research Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected 2019: Atlanta Bot Garden will use the RAD-seq data to determine the levels of genetic diversity in Chapman’s rhododendron populations. They will also test whether the population at Camp Blanding was planted by comparing the level of genetic diversity in the Camp Blanding site to genetic variation across the rest of the populations. Expected completion date: 2022, Coastal Program Funding 2015: A morphological study between the two southeastern United States varieties of Rhododendron minus (var. minus and var. chapmanii was conducted. The results suggested that R. chapmanii is a distinctive taxon.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 411 Investigate Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected The pollination and mating system is currently being investigated by the PCFO botanist. This research will help determining whether seed are sexually produced and viable, and the importance of self vs. cross pollination. In-situ seed germination and seedling establishment have not been observed in the wild, consequently, if the established individuals are eliminated, they cannot re-establish themselves. The lack of in-situ germination appears to be a limiting factor for seedling recruitment in the wild; therefore, germination studies are needed.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 412 Determine favorable management for reproduction Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 42 Trial plantings Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected Experimental planting has not been and should not be initiated until all plausible habitats having R. m. chapmanii are searched.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 43 Forest management Ongoing Current U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected For details see Recovery action 1-Proper management.
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 431 Monitor existing management practices Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, St. Joe Paper Company Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected
Chapman's Rhododendron F 4 Panama City Ecological Services Field Office (850) 769-0552 Chapman rhododendron Rhododendron chapmanii 3 432 Try new management techniques Not Started U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service USFWS Regional Office 4 - Atlanta, St. Joe Paper Company Work type not yet selected Labor type not yet selected