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Listserves of Interest to Gardeners in the Low Desert


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Vine Rule

Lists:

Arid_Gardener@ag.arizona.edu

The arid_gardener internet discussion group is an international forum for discussing issues related to gardening in dry climates. We hope the discussion will be useful and interesting to gardeners as well as nursery, landscape and Cooperative Extension professionals. We invite you to participate in this dialog. Feel free to request assistance, provide assistance, announce events, and solicit applications for positions.

Arid_Gardener is archived

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AZPLANTS - Plants of Arizona and the Greater Southwest

The list's central topic is the ecology, distribution, and propagation of plants native to Arizona and the Sonoran Desert. Related topics within the list's sphere of interest would include native-plant xeriscaping; revegetation, plant salvage and habitat restoration; the impact of exotic/invasive species; state and federal legislation related to endangered species, habitat protection, noxious weed lists.

The list welcomes both professional researchers, managers, nursery and seed-farm personnel, and amateurs interested in native-plant study and preservation.

Advertisement of plant sales, seeds, conferences and publications related to native plants is welcome from list subscribers. Advertisers are encouraged to be moderate in the frequency and length of their postings, however; when possible, a pointer to a World-Wide-Web site is preferable to a long e-mail message. (A lengthy plant or seed catalog, for example, should be referenced this way, not e-mailed in full.)

Advertising unrelated to the list topic is not accepted.

To subscribe, send email to AZPLANTS@listserv.arizona.edu with the message

where "Firstname Lastname" is your real full name.

aztrees@ag.arizona.edu

The aztrees internet discussion group is a forum for discussing issues related to selecting, planting, and caring for trees in Arizona. We hope the discussion will be useful and interesting to gardeners, arborists, nursery, landscape and Cooperative Extension professionals. We invite you to participate in this dialog. Feel free to request assistance, provide assistance, announce events, and solicit applications for positions.

azyg@ag.arizona.edu

The Arizona Youth Gardening internet discussion group is a forum for discussing issues related to school and youth gardening programs in Arizona. We hope the discussion will be useful and interesting to teachers, parents, and administrators, as well as agencies and organizations that support youth gardening programs. We invite you to participate in this dialog. Feel free to request assistance, provide assistance, announce events, and solicit applications for positions.

Community_Garden@mallorn.com

This list was established to connect gardeners interested in developing or enhancing community gardening programs.

School_Garden@mallorn.com

syh-exchange@igc.org
Schoolyard Wildlife Habitats

If you know of a list that you think should be included here, please send information to Maricopa County Urban Horticulture Department



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