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(AT) Medicinal Applications of Native Plants

August 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

AT ONLINE – Cross Timbers NPSOT Meeting – Medicinal Applications of Native Plants – August 13

Program:  Medicinal Applications of Native Plants

Speaker:  Dr. Ricky Linex

Description:  This free online presentation will begin at 6:30 PM with a short business meeting of the Native Plant Society of Texas (NPSOT) Cross Timbers Chapter by President Caroll Flournoy.  Ricky’s presentation will follow this meeting.

In the medicine cabinet of Native Americans were white prickly poppy, prairie coneflower and Mexican hat for headache; Indian plantain, dodder, Illinois bundleflower and purple coneflower for cuts and bruises; wild bergamot, golden crownbeard and Rocky Mountain bee plant for insect bites. Other plants helped to stanch wounds, ease childbirth and treat snakebite. Even if you are familiar with many of these plants in a garden setting, you might find that there is more to them than you knew.

For anyone who needs an introduction to Ricky, he is a wildlife biologist with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, based in Weatherford. He is a former state officer with the Native Plant Society of Texas, a longtime member of the Cross Timbers Chapter, and author of the authoritative Range Plants of North Central Texas. His talks are always engaging and informative in equal measure.  Ricky will answer questions following his presentation.

Date:  Thursday, August 13, 2020

Time:  6:30–8:30 PM (CDT)

Online Platform:  Zoom Application

Join Meeting Instructions:  Everyone is invited but you must register in advance to attend the meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing instructions for joining the meeting via Zoom.

Click to Register:  https://npsot.org/wp/virtual/event/ricky-linex-cross-timbers-chapter-august-13/

Logging AT:  This presentation is approved for 1-hour AT to be logged as AT: Native Plant Society of Texas.

Other Information: 

 Steps to download ZOOM on your computer:

  1. In your browser type https://zoom.us
  2. Click SIGN UP, IT’S FREE
  3. For verification, confirm your birthdate; click CONTINUE
  4. Enter your email address; click SIGN UP
  5. Zoom will send you an email message; open this email; click CONFIRMATION LINK
  6. A new window will open; click ACTIVATE ACCOUNT
    1. Set up your account; enter your name and create your password
  7. A new window will open; Invite colleagues – SKIP
  8. Test Meeting – Click on START MEETING NOW; test your audio settings
  9. A new screen will open; If prompted, you may need to click on DOWNLOAD & RUN APP
  10. Once you have downloaded and run the ZOOM App, a JOIN A MEETING screen will open
    1. Click on JOIN A MEETING
    2. Enter the Zoom Meeting ID
    3. Enter the Zoom Meeting Password Provided via email
    4. Click JOIN

      Steps to download on your mobile device:

  1. Go to the App Store (Apple) or Play Store (Android)
  2. Search for ZOOM CLOUD MEETINGS
  3. Install the App
  4. Follow the instructions to set up your account
  5. Click on JOIN A MEETING
  6. Enter the Zoom Meeting ID
  7. Enter the Zoom Meeting Password Provided via email
  8. Click JOIN

Details

Date:
August 13, 2020
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

ZOOM