Lily photos from the "State of Jefferson"

Randall P. Linke
Tue, 26 Jun 2012 18:07:38 PDT
Though off topic, I think  your questions re the questionable viability of
the "State of Jeffeson" to be quite valid.  Having lived in Mendocino, I
can't imagine the Mat-Eel community or Ashland going along with the core
values the proponents of this movement.


On Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 5:50 PM, Jane McGary <>wrote:

> Lovely photos by Stephen Munro! I'm glad to know his camera started
> working again, and that he didn't have to depend for a photo of C.
> howellii on the one he took here with his phone. I enjoyed talking
> with Stephen; he says he is the youngest member of the Northwestern
> chapter of NARGS, and I hope he can recruit some contemporaries into
> both it and the PBS.
> The "State of Jefferson" in his subject line refers to a sporadic
> movement to combine southern Oregon and northern California into a
> separate state. Rural, resource-exploiting, and libertarian interests
> drove it, but with gentrified Ashland and Arcata in the mix, how
> would that work?
> Jane McGary
> Portland, Oregon, USA
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