Ron Parker CSSA Webinar

Saturday, May 14th at 10 am PST

Ron Parker: The Search for Ancient Agave Cultivars Across the Desert Southwest

Program: Discover the depth and duration of human and Agave coevolution across the desert southwest and learn about the unusual Agaves apparently associated with archaeological sites that were abandoned long ago. These Agaves appear to be anthropogenic cultivars – living archaeological relics developed and planted by indigenous Native Americans – and many are still growing exactly where they were planted hundreds of years ago.

Important Details:

Cactus and Succulent Society of America
CSSA Webinar. Saturday, April 16th 10:00 am Registration Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/…/reg…/WN_ufh7CUnhTOGDJXomWw0hlQ

Who is Ron Parker?

Ron Parker is an outdoorsman, xeric plant enthusiast, and amateur botanist who spends half his time gardening and the other half exploring natural habitat across Arizona and neighboring states, primarily chasing agaves and archaeological sites. He has been studying agave populations in Arizona for many years and has been out in the field with renowned botanists and regional archaeologists. When not under the open sky, Ron maintains the well-known xeric plant discussion forum, Agaveville.org, an impressive online repository for information on agaves and other succulent plants.

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