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It does. It really does.
Their awesome research is expanding the applied uses and economic utility of Phacelia taxa in agriculture and apiculture.
And what’s that in the foreground? Phacelia viscida!
The new schedule is out for the 2013 year of the Jepson Herbarium Workshops! http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/workshops/2013/index.html
I am going to be teaching Basic Botany: Mastering the second edition of The Jepson Manual – with two options for workshop dates. One workshop will be offered on Feb 9th and another on Mar 9th. This should be a good early spring and excellent class series that we have developed from the Jepson Manual 101 clinics this year.
Registration is open early online for Friends of the Jepson Herbarium http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/workshops/2013/regform_2013.html Questions can be directed to our courageous Jepson Workshop Coordinator. Information for past years and for the new 2013 schedule for the Jepson Workshops can be found at http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/workshops/
Part inspiration from past workshops, and part anticipation for the upcoming year. Share your favorite photos from workshops you have attended with our Jepson Workshop coordinator via email. I think my favorite so far is from the ‘planning’ post. Although I am partial to that Phacelia Friday.
This is a typical scene of botanists starting to scatter across the landscape at a stop from the 2012 White Mountains workshop.