Plan to join this free, three-part Virtual Symposium/Workshop. Hear from leading experts in exceptional plant conservation and cryopreservation. Oaks will be used as a model to illustrate and demonstrate the potential of cryobiotechnologies and how they can be applied to a wider range of exceptional species. The event is free but registration is required. To register, please use either the online form or download the pdf and email to [email protected]. Share your research on exceptional plants as a short Contributed Paper. Work that aligns with any of the topics on exceptional plants covered in this symposium/workshop is appropriate. The deadline for abstracts is September 15. Abstracts will be reviewed and authors notified of acceptance by September 20. If accepted, a short (4-6 min) recorded presentation will be due by October 4. Instructions will be provided with the abstract acceptance. To submit an abstract, please email your 300 word abstract to [email protected] with the subject “Symposium Abstract Submission”. The abstract should include a title, author list, and author affiliations (these will not be counted in the word count). Please also note whether you would like to contribute a recorded presentation or a poster.