Wednesday, March 28, 7 p.m.
First United Methodist Church, 212 S. Park St., Kalamazoo
Socializing at 6:30 pm; program starts promptly at 7.
Dave Wendling, President of the Southwest Michigan Botanical Club and past president of Kalamazoo Wild Ones, will discuss how the earliest land plants were able to move from water to land and what these plants look like today. He’ll provide a brief overview of how to start identifying the liverworts and mosses. Finally, he’ll discuss briefly how the vascular plants evolved and why they became the dominant plants on land. Stand by for more details in the March-April issue of Seedlings.