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November 2008 - The Local Scoop

Does the thought of winter put a dent in your gardening plans?
Fight the urge to hibernate with your plants by coming out to the NANPS Speakers’ Series. Learn something new about plants and connect with your fellow Nanpsters.
Toronto Botanical Garden (in Edwards Gardens)
777 Lawrence Ave. E. at Leslie St., Toronto.
Click here for map.
November 25, 2008
Doors open 7:00 p.m. Start time 7:30 p.m.
Members: $5.00 / per talk
$25.00 / complete series
Non-members: $10.00 / per talk
$50.00 / complete series
"Invasive Species of the Toronto Area"
by Paul Heydon & Gavin Miller
What they are, where they are, how and why we must prevent their proliferation.
Paul Heydon is a Biologist and owner of Grow Wild! Native Plant Nursery. He has worked with a number of environmental organizations including Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Parks Canada, Friends of the Rouge and is a Director of The North American Native Plant Society. For the past ten years, Gavin Miller has been the lead Botanist for the TRCA and we are honoured to have him share his knowledge in this forum.
Lapsed member? Renew your NANPS membership, join us for the Speakers’ Series and enjoy the members’ discounted price for the lively, informative talks.
If you cannot make the November talk, there is the upcoming December 9th talk by Martin Galloway: The Secret Life of Plants.
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