2002 Meetings

November 2002:

Regular meeting (Nov. 7th). Gary Monroe will show slides and talk about the 2002 NNPS trip to Ash Meadows.
October 2002:

Regular meeting (Oct. 3rd). Jim Morefield, Botanist with the Nevada Natural Heritage Program, will give a slideshow and talk entitled "Rare and interesting plants of the White Mountains of California and Nevada".
September 2002:

Regular meeting (Sept. 5th). Ann Pinzl will give a talk entitled "Economic plants of the world - a look at some local markets.
May 2002:

Regular meeting (May 2nd). Dawn Rafferty, invasive weed specialist with the Nevada Department of Agriculture, will give a presentation on (ob)noxious weeds.
April 2002:

Grass Identification Class (April 2-3). The University of Nevada, Reno herbarium will be offering a two day class on grass identification. Participants will learn terminology, dissecting techniques with the aid of a dissecting scope, use of keys, and how to collect and press specimens. Participants are encouraged to bring a copy of Intermountain Flora volume 6 to class. Identifications will be limited to flowering material only and participants are encouraged to bring their own unidentified collections to class. Instructors: Arnold Tiehm and Christy Malone. For more information contact Christy at 775-784-1105 or cmalone [at] unr [dot] edu.
Nevada Rare Plant Workshop (April 4th, 9 am to 5 pm). Contact Jim Morefield (jdmore [at] heritage [dot] nv [dot] gov or 775-684-2902) or visit http://heritage.nv.gov/workshop.htm for more information.
Regular meeting (April 4th). Jim Shevock, Botanist with the Pacific West Regional Office of the National Park Service, will give a talk on our current knowledge (or lack thereof) of Nevada's native mosses, or Nevada's miniature bryophyte forests.
March 2002:

Regular meeting (March 7th). Eric Peterson with the Nevada Natural Heritage Program will talk about Lichens in Nevada and the western U.S.
February 2002:

Regular meeting (February 7th). Michael Cameron with The Nature Conservancy will speak about the Truckee River Project.