LMN–NE has been one of the best things about 2018 for me. I have learned a lot and had great fun at every meeting and workshop. Several of our workshop leaders have commented to me how much they appreciated our intense interest and thoughtful questions. Folks, we are a pleasure to teach!

Just as important, we all share freely whatever knowledge and skill each of us has. As a teacher myself, I truly appreciate the value of groups who enter fully into teaching and learning from each other.

Of course, I wish we had done more: More workshops, more fun hikes, more service projects. I hope you will come to our December meeting with ideas for next year and a willingness to jump in and help make it happen!

And now it is time to renew our memberships for another year. Dues have not changed. Everything on the Membership tab of this website has been updated. Like last year, you have two main options: Paying via PayPal online, or submitting cash, check or money order.

To renew your membership online via PayPal, just click the “Buy Now” button associated with the appropriate membership category. You will see that the buttons now specify “2019,” and the receipt PayPal generates for you will indicate 2019 membership dues.

Please note also that you can use any credit card to pay via PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account. And if you pay via PayPal, I will email you a brief form to complete and send back, as PayPal does not give us quite all the info we need for our member records (e.g., your phone & and mailing address).

If you don’t like paying online, no problem. Click on the Membership Form, print and complete it, and mail it to me along with your personal check or money order made payable to LMN–NE. My address is on the bottom of the form. Alternatively, you can hand it to me at our December meeting, along with a check, M.O. or cash.

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Watershed Dynamics: The white blur in front of our instructor, Bill Patterson, is the casting net he has just flung. Kalem Dartez stands to his right, ready to collect what comes up in the net. Bette Kauffman is behind Patterson, pulling dragonfly and damselfly naiads out from under the vegetation with a long-handled dip net. Terri Maness is poking around for critters in the rocks on the opposite bank.     (photo by Charles Paxton)

 

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