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    Annual Meeting
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Sponsored by the Portland Chapter
at Logan Valley, Oregon
June 24 - 26, 2011

The Portland Chapter is pleased to be hosting the 2011 annual meeting of the Native Plant Society of Oregon in Logan Valley, on the south side of the Strawberry Mountains.

This area has an extremely diverse ecological makeup. Five of the seven major life zones in North America can be found here. Nearly every type of alpine wildflower found west of the Rockies can be found here blooming at some time during the year. The rich flora is complemented by a lengthy list of animals, insects, fish, and birds. The geological history provides a variety of formations and minerals, including basalt, rhyolite, granite, and shales.

Join us in Logan Valley this June, and you too will agree this is a special place worthy of holding the annual meeting, and celebrating the 50th Anniversary of NPSO.

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Further registrations cannot be accepted.

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Updated 10 May 2011