NPSO 2019 Annual Meeting

July 12-14     Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains

Thank You !

We would like to thank everyone who helped make this event possible. It takes a team of dedicated native plant-lovers to pull together the Annual Meeting every year.

Our Host:   Pacifica: A Garden in the Siskiyous

We are fortunate to partner with Pacifica, which is the perfect gateway to the Applegate Siskiyous. Thanks to all the Pacifica staff and volunteers who helped us with logistics and for the generous facilities rental discount.

Our Sponsor:   Plant Oregon

Thank you to Plant Oregon, The Nursery on Wagner Creek, for sponsoring the Annual Event! In addition to being an amazing nursery featuring native trees, Plant Oregon has been involved in many Restoration Projects over the years, re-planting Oregon native trees and shrubs along the Rogue and Applegate rivers.

Our Artists

We are so grateful for the exquisite art work donated for the meeting.

Paula Fong designed the Siskiyou willowherb logo featured on the web site, the hat, and the complimentary stainless-steel pint glass.

Mary Hills created the logo for the utensil set and the beautiful serpentine plant illustration featured on one of the new t-shirts.

Ben Ey kindly drew the Siskiyou fritillary illustration for the other t-shirt.

Website Photographs

The enticing photos in the fieldtrip descriptions were selected and placed by Suzie Savoie, and most are from the collection of Luke Ruediger and Suzie Savoie. They are co-owners of Klamath-Siskiyou Native Seeds, providing wildcrafted native seeds from the Klamath-Siskiyou mountains.

The following people donated the use of their photographs. These photos help to bring to life the beauty of the Siskiyous. Thank you!

Suzie Savoie
Luke Ruediger
Lee Webb
Kristi Mergenthaler
Teresa Fernandez
Cecile Shohet
Barbara Mumblo
Darlene Southworth
Scot Loring
John Villella
Julia Hassett
The Freshwater Trust

Our Volunteers

Thanks to the coordinating committee volunteers: Cyndi Dion, Teresa Fernandez, Barbara & Tom Mathieson, Kristi Mergenthaler, Barb Mumblo, Joy Savoie, Suzie Savoie, Cecile Shohet, and Julie Spelletich.

Special thanks to the knowledgeable hike leaders and to the folks who signed up to volunteer at the event!