Horticulture Meetup Groups

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Our purpose: 1. to discover and identify the plants and animals living amongst us 2. to learn their habits and survival requirements 3. to implement landscaping and other wildlife accommodations, such as nest boxes, feeders, brush piles, rock piles,

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About Us Do you like science and the natural world?  Do you enjoy quiet, pleasant, small-group conversation? Please join us if you truly enjoy discussing all types of science:  biology, chemistry, astronomy, geology, ecology, meteorology, horticultur­

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Science Larks and Owls
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Dallas/Fort Worth NORML is an educational organization dedicated to legalizing marijuana in Texas. We recognize that cannabis prohibition is bad for Texas, and we support the legalization of marijuana for medicinal purposes, responsible adult use, an

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The vision is simple. Promote beauty, sustainability, and community within Seattle gardens and among their gardeners by trading plants, seeds, bulbs, etc. - instead of throwing them in the compost pile. Join this group to make the vision a reality!

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ape99 is loosely based on the 100th monkey effect. this is a phenomenon in which a learned behavior spreads instantaneously from one group to all related groups once a critical mass is reached. in Lyall Watson’s 1979 book Lifetide, he tells of a grou

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monkeys
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Meet with others who are interested in discussing basic and advanced preparedness issues. The long-term goal would be to form a group of people (Preppers) with a variety of skills and/or resources that they would bring to the Group should we ever nee

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Colonists
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Hello Austin Gardeners - We're here to change the world, one small garden at a time. Feed the world - plus reduce CO2 gases with Terra Preta soil.Terra Preta is ancient manmade soil found in the Amazon Basin in South America. It is 800% more producti

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Terra Preta Gardeners
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The goal of All Things Gardening is to connect people who have a passion for gardening.  Whether you are an experienced gardener or a newbie you are welcome here.  We’ll compare notes and learn from each other and make new friends in the process. If

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For the novice, weekend gardeners and the master gardeners, we all love our plants and love to learn new growing styles. Whether your gardening passion is organic, natural or traditional we can all learn and benifate for one another. Veggie, Hydropon

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Clean Growers
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We're a group of like minded folks interested in learning about Florida native plants and their impact on the environment. The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plan

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March 5, 2014

New Orleans Plant Swap is a place for people from around the Greater New Orleans area to come together and swap plants and advice with each other, and grow new friendships along the way. Neighbor helping neighbor to grow a greener community from the

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February 21, 2014

We're a group of like minded folks interested in learning about Florida native plants and their impact on the environment. The mission of the Florida Native Plant Society is to promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plan

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Pawpaws
January 6, 2014

The Tri-County Horticulture Studies Group focuses on gardeners in Okaloosa, Walton, and Santa Rosa Counties in Florida. However, anyone is welcome who wishes to learn more about horticulture, flower shows, and gardening in Northwest Florida. Meetings

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Horticulture Study Group
September 9, 2013

This is the Texas Chapter of the American Bamboo Society. It is a membership group, however, we encourage volunteers and non members to join us every 3rd Saturday of the month, at Zilker Botanical Gardens, 2220 Barton Springs Rd. Austin, Texas, from

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Bambooseros
March 23, 2013

This is a group for anyone interested in biochar and its potential. The group is open to people already producing and using, biochar and those people who have just heard about it, or are just hearing about it now, and are curious. I started this grou

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December 18, 2012

The goal of All Things Gardening is to connect people who have a passion for gardening.  Whether you are an experienced gardener or a newbie you are welcome here.  We’ll compare notes and learn from each other and make new friends in the process. If

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Gardeners
August 29, 2012

Committed to education, conservation, propogation and study of orchids of all kinds. Our group consists of individuals of all skill levels from novice to professional. Our monthly meetings, September thru June, allow us to view presentations given by

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Orchidists
July 27, 2012

For the novice, weekend gardeners and the master gardeners, we all love our plants and love to learn new growing styles. Whether your gardening passion is organic, natural or traditional we can all learn and benifate for one another. Veggie, Hydropon

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Clean Growers
April 15, 2012

ape99 is loosely based on the 100th monkey effect. this is a phenomenon in which a learned behavior spreads instantaneously from one group to all related groups once a critical mass is reached. in Lyall Watson’s 1979 book Lifetide, he tells of a grou

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monkeys
February 2, 2011

Established in 1932, the Port Washington Club meets monthly and hosts two annual events-our Plant Sale in May and a local Garden Walk in July. Members also participate in a variety of community projects, such as planting and maintaining public garde

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gardeners, landscapers
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