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  • Speakers Bureau — New England Wild Flower Society
    has worked on recovery projects for four federally endangered species He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University Topics Climate change Invasive plants Conserving native flora Elizabeth Farnsworth efarnsworth newenglandwild org Senior Research Ecologist Elizabeth Farnsworth joined the Society staff in 1999 and has directed several special projects including the completion of more than one hundred Conservation and Research Plans for rare plants and the building and promoting of Go Botany She has conducted research on plant ecology physiology evolution and responses to climate change in both temperate and tropical ecosystems and serves on several graduate faculties She has authored and or illustrated seven books and is Editor in Chief of the botanical journal Rhodora She holds a PhD in Biology from Harvard University a MSc in Botany from the University of Vermont and a BA from Brown University Topics Plant conservation Current plant science research Botany education Plant insect interactions Ferns Arthur Haines 207 837 4920 arthurhaines wildblue com Research Botanist Arthur Haines is a plant biologist specializing in the taxonomy and identification of New England tracheophytes He is the author of Flora Novae Angliae published by New England Wild Flower Society and Yale University Press Topics Flora of New England Related botanical topics Dan Jaffe 508 877 7630 ext 3405 djaffe newenglandwild org Propagator and Stock Bed Grower Dan Jaffe began his career at New England Wild Flower Society as an intern then served as Plant Sales Coordinator before assuming his current responsibilities Prior joining the Society he worked for four years in the nursery business where he held management positions Dan earned a degree in Botany from the University of Maine Orono ME Topics Design less gardening an ecological approach Multiplying your stock propagation for the home gardener Practical botany A gardener s challenge growing trillium

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  • Visit Our Destinations — New England Wild Flower Society
    Framingham MA Now open daily 10 a m to 5 p m including holidays April 16 through October 15 2016 Nasami Farm Nursery 128 North Street Whately MA Open Saturdays and Sundays 10 a m to 5 p m Weekdays by appointment April 30 through October 15 2016 New England Sanctuaries The New England Wild Flower Society owns and manages eight sanctuaries in New England of which seven are open

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  • Visit — New England Wild Flower Society
    Pollinators in Peril Understanding and Managing Soils Yankee Garden Tour Natives Pollinators and Your Backyard Niquette Bay State Park North Truro Dunes Walk Schoodic Point Trillium Week May 9 15 New England Plant Diversity Session 2 What Role Do Nativars Play in an Ecological Landscape Arbor Day Celebration and Tree Giveaway Understanding Trilliums Story Time and Musical Play at Garden in the Woods New England Plant Diversity Session 3 Low Maintenance Design with Native Plants Native Plants for Professionals Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Late Season New England Plant Diversity Session 4 New England Plant Diversity Session 5 Wildflowers of New England Introduction to Plant Families Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Early Season Landscape for Life Native New England Shrubs Wildflowers of New England Vernal Pools are Cool Webinar Twenty Great Native Plants for Your Garden New England Plant Diversity Session 1 Wetland Shrubs Survey of Grasses of the Northeast Wildflowers of Maine Wildflowers of New Hampshire Conservation Biology Urban Gardening Series Tough Plants for Tough Places Urban Gardening Series Pruning Fundamentals Urban Gardening Series Planting Basics Watertown Life Friendly Gardens Tour Family Hike Acton Arboretum Bog Chapman Pond Odiorne Point State Park Old Pepper Place Nature Reserve Orono Bog Vossburg Hills Plants 102 Deeper into the Green World Wildflower Walk With Mary The Audubon of Botany Hydric Soils Mushrooms for Beginners Plant Form and Function Designing Gardens for Small Spaces Native Woody Plant Materials Plants and Pints Devil s Den Gifford Woods State Park Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary Waterboro Barrens New England Plant Communities Botanic Inventory Methods Placemakers Lecture Wildflowers of Rhode Island Wildflowers of Vermont Introduction to Carex Field Identification Techniques Framework Trees of New England Invasive Plants Identification Documentation and Control Urban Gardening Series Managing Difficult Soils Urban Gardening Series Container Gardening Conserving and Gardening for Monarchs Horticultural Techniques Residential

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  • Visit Our Sanctuaries — New England Wild Flower Society
    Flower Society owns and manages eight sanctuaries in four New England states Seven are open to the public These preserved tracts of wild land serve as living classrooms for many of the Society s field trips classes and other programs about native plants and their habitats Some of our sanctuaries contain fragile habitats that are off limits for walking If you d like to bring a large group to a sanctuary please contact the sanctuary steward in advance to get specific guidelines Showy lady s slippers at Eshqua Bog Natural Area Photo William C Cullina Sanctuary locations For contact information and other details click on the sanctuary name below or at left Arbutus Sanctuary Winchendon MA Plainfield Sanctuary Plainfield NH Hobbs Fern Sanctuary Lyman NH Eshqua Bog Natural Area Hartland VT Harvey Butler Rhododendron Sanctuary Springvale ME Annie Sturgis Sanctuary Vassalboro ME Robert P Tristram Coffin Wildflower Reservation Woolwich ME Please note To ensure the safety of all visitors and to protect the plant collections and natural resources of our properties bicycles off road vehicles and vehicles or motorized devices used for mobility assistance with the exception of wheelchairs are not permitted on the paths at Garden in the Woods

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  • Buy Native Plants — New England Wild Flower Society
    DAILY Open daily 10 a m to 5 p m including holidays April 16 through October 15 2016 Phone 508 877 7630 x3601 The Garden Shop at Nasami Farm Whately Mass Open Saturday and Sunday 10 a m to 5 p m April 30 through October 15 2016 and weekdays by appointment Phone 413 397 9922 For information on the availability of a specific plant at the Garden Shop at

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  • Photo Gallery — New England Wild Flower Society
    Search Site Advanced Search You are here Home Visit Photo Gallery Site Map Garden in the Woods Nasami Farm Nursery Sanctuaries Buy Native Plants Photo Gallery Spring Summer Fall Winter Nasami Farm Call for Photos Document Actions Photo Gallery Stunning images of native plants and vistas from our botanic garden and nursery Spring 12 Summer 14 Fall 22 Winter 15 Nasami Farm 7 Contact Us Donate Now Resources Press Subscribe

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  • Call for Photos — New England Wild Flower Society
    please email rwlander newenglandwild org New England Wild Flower Society is in the process of creating a digital database of botanic images of New England native plant species If you would like to submit your images for consideration for this database please either email them to rwlander newenglandwild org or mail them on a disk or memory stick to Rachel Wolff Lander Visual Resources New England Wild Flower Society 180 Hemenway Road Framingham MA 01701 All images must be a minimum of 300 dpi 8 X10 and in jpeg or tiff formats If the image is over 3 mb please place it or a collection of them on a disk and mail them All images must be individually labeled with subject matter name of photographer date taken and place taken We are especially interested in photos which have strong color contrast and artistic value We also need to know if you have any restrictions on the use of the photo by the Society You need to state them in the text of your email or in a letter accompanying your disk The Society is often asked to supply images for credit only in publications or to sell a usage of

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  • Support — New England Wild Flower Society
    Native Plant Propagation and Horticulture Internship Native Plant Horticulture Internship Conservation Internships and Fellowship Marketing Internship Volunteers Volunteering with the Society Learn Our Programs Native New England Shrubs Introduction to Designing with Native Plants Watercolor in the Garden Basic Wetland ID and Delineation Introduction to Native Ferns Introduction to Native Ferns Understanding Scale in the Garden Shady Edibles Pollinators in Peril Understanding and Managing Soils Yankee Garden Tour Natives Pollinators and Your Backyard Niquette Bay State Park North Truro Dunes Walk Schoodic Point Trillium Week May 9 15 New England Plant Diversity Session 2 What Role Do Nativars Play in an Ecological Landscape Arbor Day Celebration and Tree Giveaway Understanding Trilliums Story Time and Musical Play at Garden in the Woods New England Plant Diversity Session 3 Low Maintenance Design with Native Plants Native Plants for Professionals Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Late Season New England Plant Diversity Session 4 New England Plant Diversity Session 5 Wildflowers of New England Introduction to Plant Families Native Herbaceous Plant Materials Early Season Landscape for Life Native New England Shrubs Wildflowers of New England Vernal Pools are Cool Webinar Twenty Great Native Plants for Your Garden New England Plant Diversity Session 1 Wetland Shrubs Survey of Grasses of the Northeast Wildflowers of Maine Wildflowers of New Hampshire Conservation Biology Urban Gardening Series Tough Plants for Tough Places Urban Gardening Series Pruning Fundamentals Urban Gardening Series Planting Basics Watertown Life Friendly Gardens Tour Family Hike Acton Arboretum Bog Chapman Pond Odiorne Point State Park Old Pepper Place Nature Reserve Orono Bog Vossburg Hills Plants 102 Deeper into the Green World Wildflower Walk With Mary The Audubon of Botany Hydric Soils Mushrooms for Beginners Plant Form and Function Designing Gardens for Small Spaces Native Woody Plant Materials Plants and Pints Devil s Den Gifford Woods State

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