Lily photos from the "State of Jefferson"

stephen munro
Wed, 27 Jun 2012 19:37:34 PDT
Whoa! Didn't mean to start a political hullaballo! Wasn't intended. 
When I am down there sometimes I am in Oregon and sometimes I am in California.  Regardless I don't think I am in either state but somewhere else.  The State of Shasta the State of Jefferson the Siskiyous or Klamath Country it is certainly singular.  The unique geologic, plant life, watercourses, and animals all contribute to this "state of mind."

From: Randall P. Linke <>
To: Pacific Bulb Society <> 
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 6:07 PM
Subject: Re: [pbs] Lily photos from the "State of Jefferson"

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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