|BOTANICAL ELECTRONIC NEWS|
No. 136 May 23, 1996
The Trial Island trip organized by the Friends of the Ecological Reserves has been postponed to Sunday June 2, 1996. Meet at McNeill Bay beach near the foot of Transit Road at 10:00 a.m. Fee: $10 for members, $15 for non-members (membership $15 single or $20 families)
When: July 18-20, 1996
Where: Ft St James to Valemount Field Tour
Topics: vegetation of special habitats (serpentine, limestone, old growth Interior Cedar Hemlock forests, bogs, sand dunes, etc.)
Schedule of Events:
Travel from Prince George to Valemount and return will be by coach with air conditioning, stereo and VCR. Please bring any botanical videos that you think may keep us entertained on this long trip.
We want to discourage people from using own vehicles for the duration of the field tour. We don't want a lot of vehicles strung out along the trip.
Cost - Registration Fees:
Ft St James: Camping ($12) or motel room ($40-$45) - Pitka Bay Resort on Stuart Lake make your own reservation phone 604-996-8585
Prince George: Free camping in field or sleeping on floor or in basement (for cave dwellers) of Miworth Community Hall (washrooms available); many motel options in Prince George, but BUS will only make one pickup in town at Ramada Inn (make your own reservations if you want to stay in a motel).
Transportation to and from BOTANY BC:
Please contact the following persons to get a map of how to get to Pitka Bay Resort and for making arrangements of getting/giving rides:
----------------- < cut here > --------------------- BOTANY BC 1996 - Registration Form Name: Mailing Address: Phone: Fax: E-mail: Accommodation: Camping: [ ] Motel: [ ] Note: You must make your own motel reservation Meals: Pancake breakfasts: [ ] Lunches: [ ] BBQ: [ ] Vegetarian ? YES / NO Registration fees enclosed: Regular: _______ Student: _______ Mail to Botany BC c/o Jeanne Illingworth 3537 Savannah Ave. Victoria, B.C. V8X 1S6 ph 386-2803 or 386-0886 fax 388-9236 E mail: email@example.com Note: only contact Jeanne about registration related questions (including cancellations). All other general questions should be directed to Craig DeLong or one of the regional contacts listed under transportation.
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