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Judy,
the JBS website is still a members-only blog/gallery/file-sharing site and
doesn't have much public information.  you can reach it at:
http://josselyn.umaine-biology.net/run.php

here's the draft agenda for Saturday which the planners are still tweaking,
so it is subject to change; hope this helps,
Rick

Josselyn Botanical Society

Spring Meeting

10 April 2010



9:00  Welcome  Eric Doucette, President, Josselyn Botanical Society



9:15  Is a Little Knowledge Dangerous? : Basic Fungi ID  Don Cameron



10:15  Introducing Vital Signs: Confronting Maine Invasives  Sarah
Morrisseau and Alexa Dayton



11:15  Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area  Laura Sewall



12 noon  Lunch in the Bates Commons



1:00  Preserving Native Plant Knowledge for Their Future  Arthur Haines



2:00  Les Mehrhoff -


On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 8:00 AM, Judy Stone <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi, I looked for the JBS website to find the program and I could not.  I
> don't know whether I can attend anyway....have some family stuff I'm
> supposed to do.  But I would appreciate the url for the website.
>
> Judy
>
>
> On 4/7/10 8:25 PM, Rick Speer wrote:
>
>> If you're still trying to decide whether it's worth the drive to Lewiston
>> on
>> Saturday, maybe this will push you over the edge: not only will you get to
>> hear a presentation on fungi ID from Don Cameron, if you treat him nicely
>> and applaud politely, he may let you buy a hot-off-the-press copy of the
>> new
>> Maine Natural Community Classification guide just published by the Maine
>> Natural Areas Program (available for sale at the meeting for $15 cash or
>> check -- no bartering or debit cards accepted)!
>>
>> Meeting registration at the door is only $15 (includes lunch).
>>
>> Hope to see you all on Saturday,
>> Rick
>>
>>
>>
>

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