February 13, 2010 – News & Events

NANPS SPEAKERS' SERIES
Toronto Botanical Garden (in Edwards Gardens)
777 Lawrence Ave. E. at Leslie St., Toronto.
Click here for map.
"Tallgrass Prairie: One of Canada's Most Threatened
Native Habitats - the Alderville Savanna"

by Janine McLeod
Wednesday February 17, 2010
Doors open 7:00 p.m. Start time 7:30 p.m.
Members: $8.00 / per talk
Non-members: $12.00 / per talk
The Alderville Savanna is on the Rice Lakes Plains, with the largest remnant of Tallgrass Prairie in Eastern Ontario. Janine explores the use of prescribed burns and illustrates the spectacular results of this aggressive and effective process to restore nature back to its former glory and promise for a balanced and expanding ecological marvel. The Savanna is home to several provincially rare or uncommon species of plants, including Prairie Buttercup, Bicknell's Frostweed, Sharp-leaved Goldenrod, and Long-stalked and White-haired Panic Grasses.
Janine McLeod is the Natural Heritage Coordinator of the Alderville Black Oak Savanna and Tallgrass Prairie. She has an Hon. B.Sc. in Conservation Biology from Trent University.
(a lupine love-in)
DON'T MISS THIS LAST ONE
IN THE SPEAKERS' SERIES!
Wednesday April 7, 2010
"Rare Native Plant Gems" or Species at Risk

by Dr. Jane Bowles
Please refer to the flyer for further details of the Speakers' Series or visit the website.
NANPS Calendar of Events
Feb. 20 - Getting the Jump on Spring (TBG); Feb. 21 - Seedy Sunday (Wychwood Barns);March 17-21 - Canada Blooms; March 27 - Shining Tree Woods Working Excursion
For details on these and other events - check the website.
Coming Very Soon
Online ordering for the NANPS Annual Plant Sale and the next edition of The Local Scoop.
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