I am a member of the Thai Rainlilies group on FB, of which the oldest members must be Felix Fadjar Martha, and myself, and a few others, mostly these are young people. For them it is kept alive as they are a club, and do have meetings a few times a year, but mostly interact over FB. And for me also, it is through FB I actually have found several NZ bulb enthusiasts. Which again keeps me involved. I would not have known them outside FB, I did know of a few through the PBS but there was no personal interaction. As result I am organising a bulb conference here in New Zealand, to be held at Joy Plants in Pukekohe, which of course means Terry (and Lyndsey) Hatch. For anyone who is interested, it will be the 29th April, 2014. Speakers are Dave Toole and Kiyel Boland. Ina Ina Crossley Auckland New Zealand zone 10a On 18/10/2013 11:01 a.m., The Silent Seed wrote: > Maybe Facebook might be a good way to reach out to the younger generations, but the group needs to be attractive to them outside of FB, to stay involved - which they won't, if it's not engaging, or interactive on a visual level.