Brainstorming Session to help the Tizer Connection Saturday from 2-5 pm

The Tizer Connection is a non-profit organization who’s purpose is to provide opportunities for people of all ages to interact with nature and to enhance the experience through interpretation, education and study. A “Planning & Braining Storming Session” being held on Feb.11, 2012, from 2 pm to 5 pm at the Jefferson City Community Center, the old Schoolhouse next to the Fire Department. Some of the goals will be as follows:

a) provide education through various avenues such as classes, lectures, school programs, field trips, hands on activities, interactive workshops and interpretive trails.

b) preserve, protect & record the existing flora and fauna of Tizer Botanic Gardens & Arboretum for the benefit of future generations such as the native plant sanctuary, the plant collections and the hummingbird migratory habitat.

c) foster greater understanding of the therapeutic value and health and healing aspects of a garden atmosphere.

d) engage in and conduct practical & scientific research work in horticulture and agriculture particularly but not limited to the growth of trees, shrubs, vines, perennials, vegetables hardy to the unpredictable Montana climate.

e) establish & maintain facilities and programs to increase appreciation of habitat, wildlife and plants both native and non-native in the state of Montana.

If you have ideas to share or would like to volunteer please attend the session. If you cannot attend and would like to contribute, click on the link to Tizer Gardens and contact them to be a part of this great new non-profit organization.


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