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Saturday, October 01 2016 @ 08:05 AM EDT

”Spring Wildflowers” With Carol Gracie

”Spring Wildflowers” With Carol Gracie
The Master Gardeners of Bergen and Passaic County welcome, Carol Gracie to a joint education program: “Spring Wildflowers of the North East”.
The wildflowers that brighten our woodlands in spring are more than just a delight for the eye and a lift for the winter-weary spirit. Each has a role in the environment. Come and learn about the fascinating life histories of some favorite spring wildflowers.

Carol Gracie is retired from The New York Botanical Garden, where she headed programs in Children’s Education, the Foreign Tour and in Continuing Education. She has traveled extensively to South and Central America, both for botanical collecting expeditions and as tour leader. She has had five newly discovered plant species named for her. She is a co-author, with her husband, Scott Mori, of the several botanical books and co-author with Steve Clemants, of “Wildflowers in the Field and Forest: A Field Guide to the Northeastern United States”.

Her latest book, “Spring Wildflowers of the Northeast: A Natural History“ was published in March 2012. and she is currently working on a book on the natural history of summer wildflowers for Princeton University Press.

The presentation will be held on: Tuesday April 22, 2014 at 7:30pm, at The County Administration Building, One Bergen Plaza, County Place, Hackensack, NJ. in the multi-purpose meeting room on the 1st floor. Home of the County Extension Office. There is plenty of parking & easy access to the building. Meetings are open to all interested gardeners, free of charge, and refreshments, followed by announcements, start at 7pm. For more details, directions or other Master Gardeners activities, please contact: Tracey Fraser (201) 768 1856(201) 768 1856 or visit our website: http://mgofbc.org

In addition, please support The Master Gardeners "Cans for Community" project, helping our neighbors in need. Please bring non-perishable food items to the meeting, or donate a gift card or financial contribution (checks payable to The Center for Food Action). Every donation helps. Thank you.

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