A World Without Flowers: A Brief Geologic History of Plants

This program is being rescheduled. The new date will be posted here shortly.

Join Jamie Boyer, Vice President for Children’s Education at the New York Botanical Garden, for a journey through the geologic history of plants.

From the earliest moss-sized plants that ventured onto land, to the first swamps and forests on Earth, plants have shown an amazing ability to adapt and survive environmental changes throughout time. Jamie will explore the world of plants that existed before the dawn of flowering plants; highlighting some of the extraordinary evolutionary events that occurred during this time, including the origin of leaves, roots, wood and seeds, as well as major extinctions that changed the world.

This program is eligible for 1.5 Rutgers Master Gardener CEU’s.

Register by October 21

1:00p - 2:30p
loc: 
Haggerty Center
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Lecture
sponsor: 
FOFA
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fees: 
$25 members / $30 non-members
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Active
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All
Fee-memb: 
25.00
Fee-non-memb: 
30.00
date: 
Sunday, October 28, 2018