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Dear Hildy,

It was so wonderful meeting you (and your partner) at the JBS outing. It
already seems like a wonderful dream I had a long time ago. I can't wait
until next year.

Do you, perchance have a job description for the position you now hold? I'm
trying to design a new position for myself and at the same time am designing
a new position for a Education Coordinator. Do you think you might be
interested in such a position?

Stay in contact...I can't wait to show the teo of you the Gardens!

Hugs,

John Manion



---------- Original Message -----------
From: Hildy Ellis <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Sent: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 18:33:20 -0400
Subject: Position available in PA

> Hi all!
>
> [UTF-8?]First, I would just like to say how great it was to see everyone
–
> [UTF-8?]can’t wait to do it again next year in Bethel! Also, I am
pasting
> [UTF-8?]in a job part-time/temp job announcement at Bowman’s Hill, where
I
> work, in case you know anyone who might be interested. Lastly, COME VISIT!
>
> [UTF-8?]Any questions about the job – or anything else – just email me.
>
>
>
> Hildy
>
> 6322 Upper York Road
>
> New Hope, PA 18938
>
> 215-297-9023
>
> [log in to unmask]
>
>
>
> Hildy Ellis
>
> Education Coordinator
>
> [UTF-8?]Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve
>
> PO Box 685
>
> New Hope, PA 18938
>
> [UTF-8?]215-862-2924  fax:215-862-1846
>
> [UTF-8?] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask]  <http://www.bhwp.org/>
www.bhwp.org
>
>
>
> [UTF-8?]Outreach Educator Job at Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, New
> [UTF-8?]Hope, Pennsylvania –
>
>
>
> [UTF-8?]Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve is seeking a part-time
temporary
> outreach
>
> educator to develop the program and curriculum for its new Plant
Stewardship
>
> Index. Candidates must have a botanical background with strong plant
> ID
>
> skills, familiarity with Delaware River Basin native plants, excellent
>
> communication and presentation skills, and be proficient with
>
> PowerPoint/digital presentations. The position requires a 24-hour
> work week
>
> for four months. Position may extend or become full-time as funding becomes
>
> available. Position open immediately. EOE.
>
>
>
> Send resume including three references to:
>
>
>
> [UTF-8?]Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve - PSI Educator Search
>
> P.O. Box 685
>
> New Hope, PA 18938
>
>
>
> [UTF-8?]Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve is located on 1635 River Road
> (PA Route
>
> 32), 2.5 miles south of New Hope, Pennsylvania and convenient to I-
> 95. For
>
> more information about the Preserve, visit www.bhwp.org.
>
>
>
>
>
> Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve's Plant Stewardship Index - A Summary
>
>
>
> [UTF-8?]Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve (BHWP) has broadened its
> horizons and is
>
> reaching beyond its 134-acre site to help protect and manage local plant
>
> [UTF-8?]habitats. With the use of BHWP’s plant database, and the
> assistance of
>
> experts from the Delaware Valley Region of Pennsylvania and New
> Jersey, the
>
> Preserve has developed the Plant Stewardship Index. This analytical
> tool will
>
> assist and educate land stewards and practitioners to monitor and evaluate
>
> the plants and habitats they protect and manage. By using this Index,
>  you
>
> will be able to evaluate the relative ecological quality of each
> plant and
>
> plant community on a given property as well as calculate an overall
>
> standardized rating for the site. Similar tools have been accepted and
>
> implemented elsewhere, based on the Floristic Quality Assessment Index
>
> [UTF-8?](FQAI) created by Floyd Swink and Gerould Wilhelm in the 1970’s.
> But this is
>
> the first time a FQAI has been created for the Delaware Valley
> Region with a
>
> focus on educating professionals and the general public alike
>
>
>
> The Plant Stewardship Index database rates approximately 900 of the plants
>
> found in the piedmont plant communities of the Delaware River Basin in
>
> Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The database includes native and naturalized
>
> plants, selected threatened and endangered plants, and invasive
> plants, and
>
> shows the likelihood of their occurrence in various habitats. Users can
>
> assess the relative ecological quality of each plant and plant
> community on
>
> a given property, and also calculate an overall standardized ratio
>
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