Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The first one (pictured above), is sponsored by the Calypso Chapter of the Montana Native Plant Society and University of Montana Western's School of Outreach. I have had the pleasure of speaking to this group in past years and I had a wonderful time with the very interested and engaged crowd. RSVP soon- space is limited and it typically fills up. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for more information.
Date: April 6
Location: Beautiful Divide, MT at the Grange Hall
Topic: Insects in the Native Garden
Next on the list is a little more vague- I'll be doing a presentation with the Montana BOW (Becoming and Outdoor Woman) program (a program I am a huge fan of), and we are thinking of central or north-central Montana- tentatively in Lewistown or Malta, sometime between May 1 and May 15. As you can see, there are still some details to work out. Contact Liz Lodman for more information (or to lobby for a location!).
The next presentation is a combination presentation and field trip to our garden. This one is also part of the BOW program, and is part of summer BOW. Summer BOW is a wonderful experience, if you have ever thought about learning to fish, shoot, hunt, identify birds, navigate in the woods, or learn about native plan gardening (!), and you are a woman, consider taking this workshop. Montana BOW is such a fantastic program and I really enjoy participating any time I an invited.
Sign up soon- summer BOW fills up quickly! Contact Liz Lodman for more information.
Date: Aug 2-4 (my presentation and field trip is Aug 3)
Location: Lubrecht Forest, Greenough, MT
Hope to see you at one of these presentations!