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Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Triad Member Native Plant Photo & Seed Exchange

(7 p.m.--welcome early to visit and check out seeds in the seed exhchange)
Event Sponsor: Triad Chapter

Members investigating the December 2018 seeds available, by Lynda Waldrep

Some of the offerings, by Robert Jones.

Join us to share photos, food, and stories of our native plant adventures and encounters. Members and anyone interested in native plants are welcome to all our meetings. Don’t worry if you haven’t been saving seeds—there are always plenty to share. If you have photos or food to share, please click on “Read More!”

Join us Wednesday, December 4th at 7 p.m. at the Kathleen Clay Edwards Library, 1420 Price Park Dr, Greensboro, NC 27410 (phone 336-373-2923). If you bring food, the library asks that it be packaged items (not homemade). 

For the December meeting, some people bring bulk seed, so it’s good to bring some small envelopes, if they’re handy (save bulk envelopes from junk mail with straight-edged openings—v-openings may spill seed). Some bring plants. There is always plenty to share, so don’t worry if you haven’t been saving seeds or dividing plants, just come and join in growing natives! 

Guidelines for photos for the December get-together:
- Photos of native plants, native plant communities, and related wildlife taken in 2019.
- We will try a time limit rather than a photo limit this year. Aim for 3 to 4 minutes (~5 to 10 photos depending on how much time you’d like to talk about each).
- Please email photos to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and let her know if you’d like her to put them into a powerpoint format with others or, if already in a powerpoint, if you’d like to keep your design. You are also welcome to bring a flash drive the night of the event, but please plan to arrive a few minutes early, if so.
- We were able to upload to Yahoo!Groups last year, so if you’d prefer your photos not be posted there, just let Nancy know.
- No competition, but time for each photographer to share a little about their photos. If you want to share a native plant story without a photo, we’d love to hear it, too!

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