Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Place: Morrison Center, Denver Botanic Gardens (SE corner of York St & 11th Ave) or Gates Hall in the main DBG-building

  • January 14: Jim Hamrick, Ph.D., University of Georgia: Genetic Diversity in Rare Southeastern Plant Species (Abstract and more information)
  • January 20: Betsy Krieg Salm, author: Lost Art of Women's Painted Furniture  (Abstract and more information) - GATES HALL
  • February 3: Jason La Belle, Ph.D., Public Archaeology Department, CSU, Fort Collins: Plants, Pronghorn, and Pottery (Abstract and more information)
  • February 17: Rebeccah Cope, Park Manager, Historic Yates Mill County Park, Raleigh, NC: Primitive Plants of the Ancient Arts (Abstract and more information)
  • March 3:  Cynthia Brown, Ph.D., Bioagricultural Sciences & Pest Management, CSU, Fort Collins: Working Toward Sustainable Solutions to Pest Plant Problems (Abstract and more information)
  • March 30: Julie Pech, Author of 'The Chocolate Therapist': Chocolate - Food of the Gods. (Abstract and more information) - GATES HALL (Abstract and more information)
  • April 14: Barbara Rogers, Prof. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ: Ancient Embellishments. (Abstract and more information)
  • April 27 (Wednesday): Peter Gordon, Botanist, Bureau of Land Management, Denver: Seeds of Success - Building a National Collection of Native Seeds. (Abstract and more information) - GATES HALL
  • May 24: Arts and Archives 2011 Europe Tour - 11 days in 60 minutes - MITCHELL HALL
  • June 2: Marja Eloheimo, University of Washington, Olympia WA: Tend and Tell: Developing and Interpreting an Ethnobotanical Garden  (Abstract and more information)
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  • September 22: NASA ISS Science Team: Destination: Station!- GATES HALL (More information)
  • October 13: Sally Yu Leung, Commissioner, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA: Blessings Without Words : Botanical Motifs in Chinese Children's Clothing & Accessories - GATES HALL (Abstract and more information)
  • November 17: Carol Benson Goldstein, PhD: The woods of 18th & 19th Century Chinese Furniture - GATES HALL (Abstract and more information)