Recent and upcoming presentations

2016 Calendar Year

February:

11 February, 2016. Thursday at 2 PM. Bees, Butterflies, Birds, and More: Interactions Between Plants and Pollinators. Central Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association Winter Symposium. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond, Virginia. (Registration required). Contact: Terry Koci (welv.trz@verizon.net)

March:

8 March, 2016. Tuesday at 5:30 PM. Plant-Pollinator Interactions in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Blue Ridge Naturalists Network. Presentation at the Ferguson Auditorium at AB Technical College, Asheville, North Carolina. (Free) Contact: Barbara Harrison (bharr0317@bellsouth.net)

14 March, 2016. Monday at noon. Exploring Waterfalls and Wildflowers in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. The Clemson and Fort Hill Garden Clubs. Presentation at the Bryant Lodge at Southern Wesleyan College. Contact: Jean Nickless (jean2sc@yahoo.com) 864-654-7697

15 March, 2016. Tuesday at 7 PM. Favorite Spring Wildflowers of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Elisha Mitchell Audubon Society. Presentation at the Reuter Center on the UNCA campus, Asheville, North Carolina. (Free). Contact: Marilyn Kolton (ldwmkd@aol.com

19, 20 March, 2016. Saturday and Sunday. Presentation and interpretative hikes. Georgia Herbalists Guild, Atlanta Chapter. Contact Chris Kilgore kilgorecp@cs.com 678-595-9288

22 March, 2016. Tuesday at 1 PM. Favorite Spring Wildflowers of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Haywood County Public Library. Waynesville, North Carolina. (Free). Contact: Kathy Olsen (KOlsen@haywoodnc.net) 828-356-2507

April:

1 April, 2016. Friday. Field trip to Station Cove Falls (near Walhalla, South Carolina). Western Carolina Botanical Club. (Free). Contact: Mary Hardman (mkhardman@mtnwaves.net)

May:

2-6 May, Monday-Friday. 2016. Identification and Ecology of Spring Wildflowers. Highlands Biological Station, Highlands, North Carolina. (Registration required).   Contact: Alyssa Fuller (acfuller@email.wcu.edu)

10 May, 2016. Tuesday at 9:30 AM. Plant-Pollinator Interactions in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The North Carolina Arboretum. Asheville, North Carolina.Contact: Beth Johnson (ejohnson@ncarboretum.org) (Registration required).

11 May, 2016. Plant-Pollinator Interactions in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Blue Ridge Chapter of the NC Native Plant Society, Boone, NC.

22 May, 2016. Sunday at 1 PM. Writers on the Rock. Chimney Rock State Park. (Admission fee to State Park). Contact: Shannon Quinn (prandevents@chimneyrockpark.com)

24 May, 2016. Tuesday at 10:30 am. Exploring Waterfalls and Wildflowers in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Lake Logan Episcopal Center near Canton, North Carolina. (Registration required). Contact: Susan Merrill (susan@lakelogan.org).

June

4 June, 2016. Saturday at 10 am. Exploring Waterfalls and Wildflowers in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Connestee Falls. Contact: Rosmond Heiser <rosmondheiser@gmail.com>

July

8 July, 2016. 7 pm. Exploring Waterfalls and Wildflowers in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. PARI (Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute) in Rosmond, NC. Contact: Alex Armstrong <alexstarpics7789@gmail.com>

29 July, 2016. Friday at 10 am. Biodiversity in the Highlands Plateau and the Threat of Invasive Species. Highlands Garden Club. Contact: Russell Funderburk <rrfunderburk@email.wcu.edu>

September

15 September, 2016. Thursday 7 pm. Plant-Pollinator Interactions in the Blue Ridge Mountains and Beyond. Compleat Naturalist. Contact: Laura Mahan <lnmahan@gmail.com

20 September, 2016. Tuesday 7pm. Exploring Waterfalls and Wildflowers in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. South Carolina Native Plant Society Meeting at Greenville Technical College. Contact: Dan Whitten <sdwhit10@aol.com>

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