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Re: suggestions for journal improvements etc

In a message dated 1/8/01 3:49:05 AM Central Standard Time, 
zonneveld@RULBIM.Leidenuniv.nl writes:

<< 5. THe AHS should ask itself why they have so few members ( 
 Hosta Is the number one perennial!), why so few of the local 
 members are a member of the national society and why there is 
 such a low foreign participation. 
 ^. For me there are strong parallels between the American public 
 society( Dont ask, shoot first), as exemplified especially during the 
 recent elections, and the behaviour of  the Hosta society and its 
 members. I must say in that respect I learned a lot!  >>
   Why would you assume the AHS has so few members? Isn't 3777 enough? How 
many have more? Why would you correlate the Hosta being the number one 
perennial with Hosta society membership? I have many iris's and daylillies 
but I am not a member of either society. Where did you get your data on the 
membership of Local Societies NOT being members of the AHS? And what is your 
meaning of so few? Are you the President of the National Netherlands Hosta 
society or the publisher of their national Hosta journal? If you had limited 
resources, depended on all volunteer help, had an extremely diverse 
membership, and saw that the potential for growth was in the US rather than 
in Europe as indicated by the rapid growth in City, State and Regional 
American Societies, what would be the intelligent thing to do to promote 
growth in American Hosta Society? Frankly I think a 12% growth rate is good 
considering everyone is volunteer. 
    I am just asking? :-)

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