The program topic for April's meeting of the Magnolia Chapter of the Native Plant Society is “The Many Faces and Plants of Lake Jackson” by Nia Wellendorf.
When water levels are very low, the lake is hydrologically divided into different basins. The southeastern basin of the lake has a different water quality and plant community character than the vast western portion, due to historic and present stormwater inputs from the City of Tallahassee, and the hydrologic divide.
A canoe or kayak field trip will follow on Saturday, April 8.
Come to socialize at 7:00, the chapter meeting begins at 7:30, and the program begins at 7:45 PM.
Meetings of the Magnolia Chapter of the Native Plant Society are on the first Thursday of the month, except for the months of July and August. The website is: http://magnolia.fnpschapters.org/.
The Magnolia Chapter President is Gail Fishman: email@example.com
Directions for Location: Room 1024 in the King Life Sciences Building on the FSU Campus (off Stadium Drive north of Pensacola St and south of Call St. A parking garage south of the King Building off Spirit Way is open at night. Or try the back parking lot: take Call Street east from Stadium drive, turn right on Psychology Way and go thru the open gate to the parking lot behind the King Building. Go through either set of glass doors on the ground floor to the open foyer outside the meeting room.
Click here for a link to the FSU Campus Map: http://campus.map.fsu.edu/index.aspx#campusmap
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