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Seattle Flower and Garden Show

Event Title: Northwest Flower and Garden Show (February 11-15th) Once again, the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the American Bamboo Society will be participating in Seattle’s famous Northwest Flower and Garden Show in the Washington State Convention Center this February.  The … Continue reading

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Winter Work Party

10:00 AM Sunday December 14th Come join the PNW ABS in caring for the groves in Ned & Nancy’s neighborhood, including the original stand of P. edulis ‘Jaquith’ planted by Ned in the 1980s.  This will be a fun work … Continue reading

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PNW ABS Winter Presentation

January 31st, 12:30-2:30 Hoyt Arboretum, Bill DeWeese Classroom Presentation Title: Looking into Moso plantations, China I have been working as an independent consultant to commercial companies interested in developing bamboo plantations in the U.S. Most recently, concerns regarding the availability … Continue reading

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Bamboo Work Party

Come learn how to properly thin and maintain running bamboo from the experts! Saturday November 15th, 2014 the American Bamboo Society will be having a Bamboo Thinning Work Party at Dain Sansome’s Bamboo Valley in Albany, OR. Spend several hours … Continue reading

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Fall Business Meeting

This year’s General and Business Meeting are going to be held in Redmond Washington at the home of Jim & Nancy Zimmerman in Redmond, WA. The general meeting is scheduled for 11, with a potluck lunch after; please bring something … Continue reading

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July 12th and 13th Portland Oregon Events

Ned Jaquith Foundation, Ned’s Birthday Bash and Campout. Saturday July 12 to the morning of Sunday July 13: Ned’s Birthday Bash at Bamboo Garden Nursery, 18900 NW Collins Rd North Plains OR 97133. Guests are welcome to start arriving at … Continue reading

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