On the second Thursday of each month, we invite speakers to present a talk or program about their area of expertise. Admission is free for members, children, and students with ID, and $5 for non-members. Meetings also include expert discussion of plants brought in to the Plant Forum table, and we often have Plant Raffles. Plants, used and new books and magazines are usually for sale at the meetings. For more information about the Society, please see our About SCHS page.
Thursday, June 13 at 7:00pm at Friendship Auditorium
Matt Ritter, botany professor and author, will speak on "Tree Selection: Keeping Our Urban Forests Healthy"
Dawn Redwood in a parking lot. - Laura Bauer
Trees are more important to our urban environment than most people realize. They cool our cities, fight pollution, and provide crucial habitat for urban wildlife. Matt Ritter will speak about the best trees for our cities in this era of climate change.
For more information and directions to Friendship Auditorium, see our Meetings Page.
Upcoming SCHS Meetings:
* Thursday, June 13 - Botany professor & author, Matt Ritter, will speak on "Tree Selection: Keeping Our Urban Forests Healthy"
* Thursday, July 11 - Presentation by educator Robert Allen, co-author of Wildflowers of Orange County and the Santa Ana Mountains.
*Thursday, August 8 - Anthropologist Michael Wilken will speak on his book, Kumeyaay Ethnobotany: Shared Heritage of the Californias
Upcoming Events and News:
Saturday, June 15: Secrets of Somis Tour III Details will be posted soon!
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