A Virtual Trail to Some of My Favorite Mountain Wildflowers with Jane Lundin

Wed, Apr 21st, 7:00pm - 8:30pm

7:00pm - 8:30pm

April 2021


Wood River Chapter of INPS

No boots will be required to enjoy these botanical gems because they are coming to you via Zoom on April 21 at 7pm MT. The Wood River Chapter of the Idaho Native Plant Society (INPS) has asked Jane Lundin to share with us memories associated with finding her favorite wildflowers. We hope you will be inspired to dust off your trail shoes in search of your own favorites along the trail. After all, spring blooming begins with melting snow!
Lundin is a familiar name to wildflower lovers because she coauthored Idaho Mountain Wildflowers – A Photographic Compendium, with Scott Earle. Jane splits her time between Seattle and Ketchum and is no stranger to the Cascades and the Central Rocky Mountains where she spent many summers botanizing.
Those free summers, courtesy of Lundin’s employment as a school librarian, also afforded her time to pursue many Botany classes. This training stood her well during the writing of the initial Idaho Mountain Wildflowers, plus additions in two subsequent additions and the familiar laminated “green foldout” 265 Images of Northern Rocky Mountain Wildflowers. Lundin’s educational background also includes bachelor’s degrees in History and Zoology, followed by an MLS in Library Science
To get a link to attend this Zoom presentation, go to www.woodriverinps.wixsite.com/wrinps on the Talks page, or email [email protected] with Virtual Trail in the subject.

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