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Re: newsletter

Right on, Betsy.....  You said it!  Now, everyone else.....  WRITE!!!

>Perhaps I am way out in left field, but I see the Newsletter as the arm of
>IAS that is the amateur's, the little guy seeking information and excited to
>tell others of their achievements, observations, and methods. Aroideana is
>for the botanist basically and that is good, but so often we would like the
>growing end of things in the picture, plus the amateur type quest for
>knowledge and information. From that perspective, all of us are the volunteer
>donators, each and every one of us. I mean no exclusivity to the amateur but
>I think it is the forum where the amateur can get information and give it

Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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