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Tuesday, November 10th
To register, email email@example.com and put “November 10 program” in the subject line and your name in the body of the email
Water is essential for life. Plants are composed mostly of water, which also defines reproductive strategies and vegetative community composition. Presented by Friends of Dyke Marsh (FODM), Fairfax County naturalist and ecologist Charles Smith will explore how these issues are expressed in natural communities in Northern Virginia and how changes in land use and climate affect the health and future of our ecosystems.
FODM will confirm your registration and send you instructions for joining the meeting.
The American Horticultural Society, the Washington, D.C., chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology and the Friends of Little Hunting Creek are cosponsors.