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EVENT FULL - Rarest of the Rare: Manitoba’s Endangered Plants

Dr. Diana Bizecki Robson – Curator of Botany, Manitoba Museum

The term endangered species conjures up images of majestic mammals and colourful orchids in remote places of the world. But Manitoba also has rare species, although they are not always what you would expect. Dr. Bizecki Robson will talk about her years studying the rarest plants of Manitoba. Her research on the pollinators of the rare Western Silvery Aster and Hairy Prairie-clover plants will be highlighted as well as her recent documentation of a new species of Canadian water-lily. You will come away with a new appreciation of the plant world and the intricate ties that bind species together.

Registration begins on January 2nd. Friends of the Living Prairie Museum members may register in advance for all dates. Non-members may register two weeks before the event. Space is limited, so please call the museum to save your seats.

Earlier Event: January 6
Snowshoe Sunday
Later Event: January 27
Snowshoe Sunday