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                                    Talks and Travel 2018

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 January 4 "Botanists to match our mountains:the 200th Anniversary of the Stephen Long Expedition" Littleton Garden Club

January 8 "Botanists to match our mountains: the 200th Anniversary of the Stephen Long Expedition" Boulder Native Plant Society: 7:00-8:30PM Gunbarrel (Boulder Rural Fire Department).

January 16-18  Idaho Horticultural Expo in Boise (Wednesday, 10:45AM:  "Reimagining Idaho Landscapes: New Models to look to" and 2:15PM: "Watersmart Plants: tough stuff for the Garden")

February 28 Vancouver Alpine Garden Club @ Van Dusen Botanical Garden

March 2  Hardy Plant Society Study Weekend, Vancouver, British Columbia

March 14 Steppe: The Grasslands that Nurtured Humankind  6:30-7:30 pm
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art: email for reservations: email for tickets. 

March 23 Fernwood Symposium, Niles, Michigan

March 29  One or two talks planned for the Washington D.C. area: to be announced

April 6 Keynote Address, Horticultural Expo in Lander, Wyoming

May 3 – 5,  attending "Rooted in Diversity" NARGS conference, Frazer, PA

June 8, speaking to the Federated Garden Clubs of Colorado "The Stephen Long Expedition BiCentennial"

June 15-16  Garden Bloggers fling in Denver

June 17-21 American Public Garden Association meeting in Washington D.C.

August 29, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanic Garden horticultural symposium 

September 10-12 Shirley Meneice Horticultural Conference, Garden Club of America in Denver

October 12, "Plant Collecting in the Caucasus" Rocky Mt. Chapter NARGS Rock Garden Symposium, Denver Botanic Gardens

October 18, Perennial Symposium, Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania (Topic not determined yet)



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