March 6, Monthly General Meeting – Surviving & Thriving: Reproductive Strategies that Assure Plants’ Success

The meeting will be held at Brookhaven College, in the Miles Building H-125,  See below for more information on the location and time.


Evidence shows that plants have existed on Earth for the last 200 million years (and Homo sapiens for about 200,000 years). At the March meeting our speaker Dana Wilson will teach us some of the many reproductive strategies that plants have used to survive and thrive.

About the Speaker

Dana Wilson describes herself as native Texan, born in Baylor Hospital; I did my undergraduate at TCU and a Masters at UNT. I was a reference librarian – first at the Carrollton Public Library – then I taught English as a Second Language in community college; was the volunteer coordinator for Metrocrest Services; and worked for the National Audubon Society for the openings of Trinity River Audubon (Dallas) and Dogwood Canyon Audubon (Cedar Hill). My long-time love of plants has led me to my current job at North Haven Gardens, and I’m a member of the North Texas Master Naturalists, the Native Plant Society of Texas, and am on the board of the Preservation Society for Spring Creek Forest and Texas Discovery Gardens.

The March 2019 Chapter meeting:

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019

6:30 Meet and eat
7:00 Introduction and Announcements
7:20 Featured Presentation
8:45 Adjournment

The meeting place for March is:
Brookhaven College
Miles Building Room H-125
3939 Valley View Lane
Farmers Branch, TX 75244

As always all of our meetings are free and open to the public.

Hope to see YOU there!

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