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  • Shoots & spines: Natural History Book Club plants a seed

    Feb 5, 16 • ndemarino • 5enses, FeatureNo CommentsRead More »

    By Robert Blood [Editor’s note: The following interview was culled from conversations between the reporter and Marilyn McCarthy, one of the facilitators of the Natural History Book Club, a program via Prescott College’s Natural History Institute. The club meets 9:30-11 a.m. the third Friday of each month at the Natural History Institute, 312 Grove Ave. Find out more at Prescott.Edu/natural-history-institute.] How did the Natural History Book Club get started? I kept telling Lisa Zander (program coordinator and collections manager at the Natural History Institute) about a natural history book club I was part of at a local park in Indianapolis. I wanted to do something like that here. She ran into someone else, Susie Percy, who wanted to do it, and the Natural History Institute, has been gracious enough to sponsor this and allow us a space to hold it. It made sense to me. I want people to see their facility, the things they do there, the free lectures, and the whole library they have. … I met Lisa at the Natural History Institute when I came to a new program they were doing last year, “Live Nude(Plant)s,” where they would bring out plant and butterfly specimens for people to draw. My husband and I live close to the institute and had researched the area before moving here almost two years ago. I was a master naturalist in Indiana,

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