Visit to California from Cameron McMaster/Talks

Mary Sue Ittner
Sun, 15 Jun 2008 10:23:09 PDT

I announced some time ago that Cameron McMaster is going to be visiting my 
husband and me in June and invited people who might live close to contact 
me privately and come and meet him and to hear him talk. He will be 
speaking in Gualala where I live and then again to others when he visits 
the UC Botanical Garden in Berkeley the day before he leaves, Wednesday, 
June 25, 2008. A couple of people emailed that they hope to be able to meet 
him in Berkeley. But for those of you who may have missed the first 
announcement I'm going to announce again his talk in Gualala. I realize we 
aren't located in a convenient place, but it is really beautiful here so if 
you decide you are interested in coming and meeting Cameron (and  visiting 
with my husband and me too), please email me privately and I'll give you 

The California Native Plant Society announces a talk by Cameron McMaster 
entitled, Gems of the Summer Rainfall Area of South Africa, scheduled for 
6:30 p.m. on  Sunday, June 22, 2008 at the Gualala Community Center, 
Gualala. He has prepared a special talk on the biodiversity of the summer 
rainfall areas and will show photographs of plants (and other things) in 
many different habitats:  the Karoo, grassland, coastal and forest areas 
and the beautiful mountain area, the Drakensberg. He will also show 
pictures of plants from Lesotho. Included in this talk will be information 
about special hikes and excursions visitors can take such as the Moonstone 
Magic Cycad Trail, Adele Moore's Mt. Aurora Orchid trail and the Woodcliffe 
cave trails with views of rock art. There is no charge for this talk and 
the public is welcome to attend.

Although this isn't just a talk about bulbs, I'm sure that there will be a 
number of pictures that feature them.

Mary Sue

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