Native Plant Talk, at Bay Oaks in Edgewater 1/26/09

Arts at St. Johns presents
PLANTS WITHOUT BORDERS
Featuring Steve Woodmansee, Botanist

Workshop about native plants
How they can enrich our lives
and open doors to past history and culture!!

WHEN: Jan. 26, Monday, 7 pm
WHERE: Bay Oaks, 435 NE 34th St., Miami 33137
COST: Free
FOR MORE INFO: 305-613-2325

DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE PLANT THAT IS PART OF YOUR CULTURE OR YOUR FAMILY HERITAGE?
Bring your favorite plant, or a photo, story or artwork of the plant, & learn more about the history of your plant!!

Steven Woodmansee will show a slideshow and speak about plant families that have continuing importance in human history. Steve, born and raised in South Florida, has worked as a Naturalist for Miami-Dade County Park and Recreation Department, the Deering Estate, Fairchild Tropical Garden, and the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center.

Steve also has worked for 11+ years as Senior Biologist at the Institute for Regional Conservation in Miami. He has now struck out on his own with his business, Pro Native Consulting: stevewoodmansee@bellsouth.net

Also speaking: Dr. CAROL HOFFMAN-GUZMAN
Bay Oaks, a historic retirement village located in Edgewater, is run by a nonprofit trust that seven society matrons established more than a half-century ago.

Check out our website to read more about this project.
http://gardenswithoutborders08.blogspot.com/

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