Volume 24, No. 1, Fall 2010 – “Dendroctonus the Destroyer: How pine beetles are changing the face of North American forests” by Diana L. Six; “Ripening” from Walking in the Beauty of the World: Reflections of a Northwest Botanist by Joseph Arnett; Chapter News and event schedules; a summary of Annual Meeting events, and Society News and Notes.
Volume 24, No. 2, Winter 2011 – “Halting an Invader – Russian Olive Finally is Regulated in Montana” by Peter Lesica and Kathy Lloyd; “Can Sheep Control Leafy Spurge without Compromising Efforts to Restore Native Plants?” Small Grant Report By Eva Masin; “A Tribute to Erwin Evert, 1940-2010” By Walter Fertig (reprinted from the Castelleja; “What Good Are Awns?” By Peter Lesica; and “Montana Plants Need Citizen Scientists” By Peter Lesica as well as current Society and Chapter news and events listings.
Web extra – space limitations prevented inclusion of this interview by Phil White of his interview with Bob Lichvar on his memories of Ervin Evert. Click here to open a .PDF file with that interview.
Volume 24, No. 3, Spring 2011 – “Phenology Report: Flowers Coming Earlier.” by Peter Lesica; “Awn Addendum,” letter from Al Scharen; MNPS Annual Meeting promotion by Beth Madden.
Volume 24, No. 4, Summer 2011 – “Trillium ovatum in Western Montana – Implications for Conservation” by Tarn Ream revised and updated version of a 2004 article; Small Grant Report: “Finding a Home for Native Plants on Agricultural Lands” by Gina Raicovich; “A Tale of Two Peripatetic Penstemaniacs” an appreciation of Dr. Dee Strickler by Claire Strickler; “Memories of Dee Strickler” by Terry Divoky; In an “Important Plant Areas Update” Peter Lesica discusses the addition of Big Sheep Creek Basin, Centennial Sandhills, and St. Mary Peak to the list of important plant areas and the continuing study for possible inclusion of the Powderville Road – Hell Creek Formation area; and all the regular features on Society news and activities.