Talks and tasks 2020 and beyond...

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                                                     Talks and Travel 2020-21

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PK in the garden by Jan Fahs

January 24   "Garden Gifts of China"Santa Fe Botanic Garden: Click here to sign up

February 4,  "Saco Deboer and Colorado Horticulture:" CPFAN’s regular meeting at Messiah Community Church, 1750 Colorado Blvd, from 6-8 pm Click here for more

February 6, Progreen Expo Rollinger Tree Collection 50-Year Survey: Implications for Urban Forestry   (Click for details)

February 12 "Garden Gifts of China" Cherokee Ranch:  Click here to register

February 29 Keynote for Habitat Heroes in Cheyenne, Wyoming Click here for more


March 13   "Stephen Long Expedition" Broadmoor Garden club, Colorado Springs


March 14  Gentle Conquest- The First Scientific Exploration to Pueblo and the Rockies” Pueblo landscape symposium Click here for more

March 19   "The Legacy of the Long expedition" Plant Select Landscape Architecture Conference, Denver Botanic Gardens

March 20  "Al Rollinger Tree Project review"  Tree Diversity Symposium, Denver Botanic Gardens. Click here for more

April 4    "Wildflower and bird hike" Cherokee Ranch (to be posted on DBG website soon)

May 23    "Wildflower and bird hike" Cherokee Ranch (to be posted on DBG website soon)

June 24-25  American Conifer Society Annual meeting Click here for more


August 1    "Wildflower and bird hike" Cherokee Ranch (to be posted on DBG website soon)

October 3    "Wildflower and bird hike" Cherokee Ranch (to be posted on DBG website soon)

December 5    "Wildflower and bird hike" Cherokee Ranch (to be posted on DBG website soon)  

2021 is starting to shape up--come back and visit

June 2021 Annual General Meeting of NARGS in Durango

July 2021 Annual General Meeting of Cactus and Succulent Society of America in Colorado Springs.

Stay tuned!
 

































 
 
 
 

 














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