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Top End Native Plant Society newsletter

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Title

Top End Native Plant Society newsletter

Other title

TENPS newsletter

Creator

Top End Native Plant Society

Collection

Top End Native Plant Society newsletter; Top End Native Plant Society newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2017-10-01

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Top End Native Plant Society; Periodicals; Plant; Darwin Region

Publisher name

Top End Native Plant Society

Place of publication

Palmerston

Volume

Oct-17

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Top End Native Plant Society

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/274133

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/425655

Page content

2 2017 Annual General Meeting Agenda: 1) Apologies 2) Minutes of Previous AGM Business arising from minutes of previous AGM 3) Committee Report 4) Treasurers Report 5) Auditors Report 6) Election of Management Committee PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER PUBLICITY OFFICER PUBLICATIONS OFFICER LIBRARIAN TWO COMMITTEE MEMBERS 7) Other Business Appointment of Public Officer Membership Subscription Fee Upcoming TENPS guest speakers November 16th: AGM; Ian Morris Nectar flow in Northern Australia Top End Native Plant Society relies on its members to make the society work so we ask that you consider how you might get involved. You could join the committee (your chance is now with the AGM next Thursday evening) or try something simpler: bring your suggestions to the planning meeting, give a talk or arrange a guest speaker, lead a walk, write an article for the newsletter, grow your favourite native plants for our annual sale or an administrative role; helping out with the agenda or minutes, maintaining mailing lists etc It is your society and we hope that you can help us to keep it strong so we can offer you an interesting and diverse program of events in 2018. Article by Sarah Hirst - President NT Field Naturalist Club Events Meetings are held at 7.45pm on the second Wednesday of each month except January at Blue 2.1.51 (Note this is a new venue) at Charles Darwin University Casuarina Campus. Field Trips are a great way to explore the best of Darwin area's nature spots in the company of likeminded people. These are usually held on the Sunday following the monthly meeting and often related to the topic of this meeting. Additional outings are held from time to time, and everyone is welcome. December Meeting - Wed 13, 7.45pm - BushBlitz Trip to Bradshaw Station - Michael Hammer TENPS Field Trips & other events November ~17th: Typhonium praetermissum hosted by Plaxy Purich. The actual date of this field trip is subject to change and we aim to visit when these special plants are flowering which is dependent on rain that activates flowering. If you would like to attend, please register you interest by emailing with phone contact details to topendnativeplantsociety@hotmail.com November Saturday 25th: TENPS Plant Sale - Coolalinga Central 9am-1pm. Please share/distribute the flier included in this newsletter to help promote this event. December Saturday 10th: A program planning meeting will be hosted by Dave and Robyn at 6 Hibernia Crescent Brinkin from 2.30pm-4.30pm All welcome, come along to help brainstorm activities for 2018 to help ensure our upcoming program of speakers and events meets the interests and needs of all TENPS members The TENPS Christmas Party will be at the Casuarina Coastal Reserve at the shelter nearest the Lifesaving Club from 5.00pm Saturday 10 December BYO chair and a plate to share The TENPS Christmas Party will be at the Casuarina Coastal Reserve at the shelter nearest the Lifesaving Club from 5.00pm BYO plate to share November TBA: Plaxy Purich Typhonium praetermissum December TBA Christmas Party mailto:topendnativeplantsociety@hotmail.com


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