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Utah Native Plant Society 40th Anniversary Annual Meeting & New World Potluck
The Utah Native Plant Society was formed in September of 1978 by a group of botanists, government agencies, and citizens spearheaded by Dick Hildreth, Dr. Stanley Welsh, and Dr. Duane Atwood. This year marks its 40th Anniversary. There will be an interactive panel discussion reviewing the history and future of UNPS, with Dick Hildreth joining us via Skype from Tucson, Arizona. There will also be a very brief business meeting for voting on nominations of board members for the coming year. A “New World Potluck” features foods that are native to the Americas and that celebrate the fall harvest, such as squash, corn, bread, pies, etc. Our host Utah Valley Chapter will provide the turkey and mashed potatoes. Please bring a dish to share for our fall feast and celebration. This event is free and open to the public.

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