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Re: Catchup/ Symposiums


Nope
    The name Mark Kane does not ring a bell with me. There are so many great
photographers and lecturers out there in the gardening world. Many who kind
of stay in one area around their home state, or city they live in. I have
been to quite a few symposiums both as speaker and just to go learn, and
often they have a "known" name and then some locals. I have met some darn
nice "locals" over the years. And... attended some well known speakers who
were duds.....
    I will keep the name in the back of my mind in case it pops up in my
area.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
www.munchkinnursery.com
genebush@munchkinnursery.com
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
> Gene, a chat over dinner is always enjoyable with a knowledgeable gardener
> well known or not.  Do you know the name Mark Kane?  He was garden editor
&
> photographer for Better Homes & Gardens & other Meredith publications for
many
> yrs, a noted photographer & garden speaker.  Mark also appeared frequently
with
> Karen Strobeen on her TV show. He had a dificult time with brain cancer
> recently & is a free lancer currently.  He photographed my garden and is
writing the
> story as it is featured in Iowa Gardener magazine.  I had the opportunity
to
> chat with him at the final shoot.
>     Ceres

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