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Re: Re:REF: iris program

In a message dated 12/13/2007 7:13:48 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
richter@eecs.berkeley.edu writes:

I  disagree strongly that this is an area that is
adequately addressed within  AIS - in my region, at
least, many, if not most irisarians are woefully  uninformed about
the evolution of iris form, or historic iris in  general.
An educational project like the one Laurie proposes
would  certainly be a good thing.

San Francisco bay area, zone  9

I heartily agree with Jean especially that AIS currently does not  provide 
more in-depth or even general iris programs!  I urge all of you to  give Laurie 
feedback and I have contacted Lowes for their help!  
This certainly is a project where al your participation will "make a  
Rita  Gormley
10606 Timber Ridge Street
Dubuque, IA 52001-8268
Cell phone -  314-606-9709
Phone -  563-513-0504

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