Named in honor of its founder, the Wayne Roderick Lecture Series takes place on Saturday mornings from November through February at 10:30 a.m. in the Visitor Center of the Regional Parks Botanic Garden. These illustrated presentations are enjoyable for beginners and professionals alike.
Jan. 28 – The Challenges and Opportunities of Collecting Rheophytic Bryophytes in Taiwan and Mainland China – Jim Shevock
Feb. 4 – Botanical Exploration of Coastal North America in the 18th and 19th Centuries – John Kipping
Feb. 11 – California Native Irises and Their Beautiful Love Children – Ted Kipping
Feb. 18 – The Vernal Pools of Northwestern Baja California, Mexico: A Conservation Imperative – Matt Guilliams, Ph.D.
Feb. 25 – Progress on The Blue Mountains Ultramafics Project – Dick O’Donnell
Mar. 4 – Botanizing in Oaxaca, Mexico. Bart O’Brien
Free to the Public-Note: Seating is limited, so it is advisable to arrive early.
For more information: https://www.nativeplants.org/events-and-classes/wayne-roderick-lectures/