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  IAS West Coast Show and Sale
From: "Christopher Rogers" <crogers at ecoanalysts.com> on 2009.09.24 at 03:09:59(20065)

Thesecond meeting of the West Coast Chapter of the International Aroid Societywill be held on Sunday, 18 October 2009, from Noon ‘til 4:00 PM. All the details are available here: http://www.aroid.org/westcoast/

Themeeting is FREE to all!! Our venue for this meeting will be the University ofCalifornia, Davis Botanical Conservatory http://greenhouse.ucdavis.edu/conservatory/where we will have a tour of the collections, by plant guy, Ernesto Sandoval.

Wewill have a aroid sale and we encourage any plant donations (all proceeds tosupport the UCD Botanical Conservatory as a thank you for hosting us). Therewill be presentations on aroids (details on the website). We encourage anyoneand everyone who is interested in aroids to come and enjoy the collections, thetalks, the company, and hopefully come away with a neat new plant or two.

Onthe West Coast Chapter page of the IAS website http://www.aroid.org/westcoast/is a flyer that can be downloaded. It would be great if local aroid folks herein California could print off copies and post them at their local nurseries,gardening shops, florists, and college botany and horticultural departments.The more we spread the word, the better the turn out! Thanks for the help!


Wehope to see you all there!





D.Christopher Rogers



From: Albert M Huntington <amh at ieee.org> on 2009.10.14 at 04:24:22(20180)
Aroiders - particularly those of you on the West Coast of the USA.

Just a reminder that our second meeting is this coming Sunday in Davis - see details below. We're going to some interesting presentations, IAS T-shirts and a LOT of rare plants available. Hope to see you all there!

--Albert Huntington



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