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Santa Fe Chapter Event

All Attendees:FREE

Monthly Meeting: The Magic of Native Plants

Monday, April 23, 2018
Time:
5:45 -7:30 pm
Location: Montezuma Lodge, 431 Paseo de Peralta
This event is over!

We will first define Native Plants, talk briefly about Ecology and Ecosystem Services, and suggest that adding native plants to the home landscape is something each of us can do to mitigate diminishing biodiversity and loss of habitat. 

We will next highlight a few native plants and their most endearing characteristics.

We will conclude with the down-and-dirty business of soil, water, and mulch.

Presenter: Pamela Wolfe left Denver in 2012 to settle in Santa Fe. She holds a Master’s degree in applied mathematics and continues to work as a biostatistcal consultant to researchers at Colorado State University in Ft Collins and the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus.

Ms Wolfe is a graduate of the Denver Botanic Gardens Botanical Illustration program. She enjoys starting plants from seed, nurturing, photographing, drawing, and if it’s edible… well, why not? Her other interests include arthropods, book arts, and opera. She is a Master Gardener and Santa Fe Native Plants Project (SNaPP) team member.

$5 donation at the door.