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From: - JBS-L - Josselyn Botanical Society discussion list of the University
of Maine [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Rick Speer
Sent: Sunday, March 06, 2005 2:12 PM
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Subject: JBS Spring Meeting

Our Spring Meeting will take place on Saturday, April 9 in Chase Hall at
Bates College in Lewiston.  The theme for the meeting is "The Future of
Plant Conservation in Maine" and a number of people have been working hard
on the planning: Hank Tyler, Christopher Campbell, Arthur Haines, Alison
Dibble, and Don Cameron.  I'll paste in the draft agenda below.

PLEASE if you receive this meeting notice, email me directly at
[log in to unmask] to let me know that you have it.  That way we can
save some postage.  (For all those that I have not heard from, I will be
sending out a paper notice next week.)  So, if you are reading this, email

The meeting will begin at 9am and is scheduled to end at 3pm.  The
pre-registration cost is $12 (includes lunch at the Bates College
cafeteria).  Please make out a check payable to 'Rick Speer' and mail it to
me at the address below.  (Registration at the door will be $15.)

For directions to Bates, look on their website at:

Rick Speer
566 N. Auburn Road
Auburn ME 04210
(207) 783-8463

Draft Agenda
Spring JBS Meeting
Saturday, April 9th

“The Future of Plant Conservation in Maine”

Christopher Campbell, Moderator, Professor of Plant Systematics, UMaine

8:30     Registration
9:00     Welcoming by Christopher Campbell
9:05     Why It Is Important to Conserve Rare Plants * Dr. Alison Dibble,
Plant Conservation Biologist, Brooklin, Maine
9:30     Conservation Status of Maine’s Rarest Plants * Don Cameron,
Department of Conservation, Natural Areas Program
10:00   Break
10:30   Future Conservation Issues in Maine * Karin Tilberg, Deputy
Commissioner, Department of Conservation
11:00   Special Plant Habitats * Arthur Haines, consulting botanist
11:30   Plant Monitoring and Landowner Contact Program * Bill Brumback, New
England Wild Flower Society
12:00   Lunch
1:15     Panel Discussion: Getting Involved in Future Plant Conservation
            Hank Tyler, Moderator
Panel members:
            Rep. Elaine Makas, Lewiston
            Karen Tilberg, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Conservation
            Bonnie Loundsbury, past president, Androscoggin Land Trust
            Theresa Kerchner, executive director, Kennebec Land Trust
            Andy Cutko, Maine Natural Areas Program
            Josh Royte, The Nature Conservancy
            Paula Thompson, State Planning Office, Senior Planner