"Flagstaff Area Milkweeds" by Zack Zdinak.
Naturalist and illustrator Zackery Zdinak propagates Asclepias sp. in his native plant garden, and makes specimens available for research. Zack has devoted his life to the love of wildlife and nature, catching frogs and snakes in Connecticut as a child, and later as a peripatetic Wildlife Biologist, Fire Fighter and Interpreter with US Fish & Wildlife, National Forest and National Park Services in Utah and Arizona. In 1998, Zack founded Life Drawing & Education, providing products and services for environmental education, interpretation, and science inquiry programs. He has designed, illustrated and managed interpretive media projects for parks, campgrounds, arboreta, public schools, and non-profit clients in several states.
Tuesday, March 21, 7 PM at the Museum of Northern Arizona, Pearson Building on the Museum of Northern Arizona’s Research Campus, across from the main campus off HWY 180. Easy to find! Easy to park!
Also, Do not forget, plant mounting at the Deaver Herbarium, the first and third Thursday of the month, 1:30 pm, 3rd floor of the Biology Building at NAU. This month will be March 2nd and 16th. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Come and enjoy the company of other plant enthusiasts!