Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 1, 2011

Buckwheats?

2011 Annual meeting of Eriogonum Society August 11 to 14

The Eriogonum Society has the following objectives;

  • enjoying and promoting the use of these plants in the garden.
  • enjoying and evaluating eriogonums in the wild.
  • assembling, developing and sharing information on the propagation, cultivation, identification and distribution of the eriogonum species.
  • providing a seed exchange to distribute eriogonum species seed for use in gardens.
  • protecting rare and endangered species of eriogonums.
  • advancing the overall understanding of eriogonum from a scientific perspective

This year’s meeting takes place in Bishop, CA.  The program includes classroom sessions and field trips.  For more information go to: 2011 Annual Meeting.


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