Valley of Flowers Chapter
Unless otherwise noted, all programs begin at 7:00 p.m. and take place in room 108 of the Plant Bioscience Building on the
For further information contact Jeff Copeland: 582-7671, firstname.lastname@example.org.
608 South 7th Ave.
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 586-9585(406) 586-9585
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February 10: Vegetation Status of Yellowstone Park - Hal Hunter, NRCS State Forester (retired), will present on the topic of the Northern Range (winter range) in Yellowstone National Park and how it has changed over time. He’ll compare sets of photographs from the earliest days of the Park, the 1970s and 2013-14, and also discuss the changing management philosophy over time.
March 17: In a Fescue Meadow - Dr. Tad Weaver, MSU Plant Ecologist (retired), will relate his observations over decades of following a native plant meadow in southwest Montana.
April 14: Propagating Native Plants - Kathie Settevendemie will lead a workshop on the techniques for propagating the most popular types of Montana plants that are used in landscaping. Kathy and her husband own and operate Blackfoot Native Plants Nursery outside of Potomac, Montana, and she currently serves as president of MNPS.
April 25: Clean Up Bozeman Day (Earth Day). We’ll continue our highly-successful battle against spotted knapweed and other invasives on the Kagy Boulevard roadcut, then move over to the Pollinator Garden in Langohr Park for its spring cleanup. Meet at the roadcut, just east of Kagy & South Church, at 9:00 a.m. Bring a digger and gloves. Info: Joanne at 586-9585.