Four-Petal PawPaw Talk by Dr. Anne Cox Presented by the Martin County Chapter of the FL Native Plant Society
01 Oct

Dr. Anne Cox will share information about her work and research in, “Population Augmentation and Pilot Plantings for the Federally Endangered Four-petal Pawpaw. This endangered species grows in protected areas of coastal South Florida

Then, on Saturday, October 5th, at 8:45am, Dr. Cox will lead a Field Trip at Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge on US 1.

This will be the 1st monthly meeting & field trip of our Native Plant Society’s 2019-20 Program Season. We have an outstanding program of speakers & field trips planned.

Each meeting has a Native Plant exchange table, a resource table with Native Plant books, brochures, & information, & helpful volunteers to answer questions.

Our meetings are held the 1st Tuesday of the month, 6:30pm, except for December, at Indian River State College, Chastain Campus, on Salerno Road in Stuart.

Meetings & Field Trips are FREE & open to the public. We hope you can join us!

Event Times:
6:30pm - 8pm

Event Location:
Indian River State College, Chastain Campus, Wolf Technology Center,
2400 SE Salerno Road
Stuart, FL  34997

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