PALM SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Palm Society of So. California operates solely and exclusively for scientific and/or educational purposes related to the study of palms, their propagation, culture, conservation, care, development and promotion.
As a non-profit organization, none of your officers, editors, area chairs, directors, or members-at-large are paid for their efforts. They contribute their time because they love palms and like to share that interest with more people in Southern California.
The Palm Society of Southern California, in operation since 1957, is the only organization dedicated to the hobby of growing palms in Southern California.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact: Bill Dickenson at (714) 529-3150, [email protected] Email Bill or any of our Board Members.
PSSC JOURNAL - ONLINE MAGAZINE FORMAT
A Patchwork of Misc. Articles Enclosed in a Recent Cover
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PSSC 2008 ANNUAL BANQUET 90 MIN. SLIDESHOW
IMPORTANT: Jeff talks and "sets the stage about Madagascar" for about 10 minutes before the first slide advances. So, just sit back and enjoy, everything will advance automatically.
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http://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/images/thumb/3/3a/Dobbs.jpg/400px-Dobbs.jpg"The Lost Sabals" - Article and Photos by Justen Dobbs, Riverside, CA Journal #189 pg 16-17
http://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/images/thumb/d/df/SteinSabal.jpg/400px-SteinSabal.jpg"Sabals in Southern California" - Article and Photos by Geoff Stein Journal #189 pg 22-24
http://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/images/thumb/d/d6/Lewis.jpg/400px-Lewis.jpg"Two Gardens, One Passion" - Article by Daniel Lewis, Lomita, CA Journal #189 pg43-44
http://www.palmpedia.net/wiki/images/thumb/e/e6/SayersBiennial.jpg/400px-SayersBiennial.jpg"Comparing the 2006 and 2008 IPS Biennials" - Article and Photos by Jack Sayers, Los Angeles, CA Journal #189 (pg 35-42) HIGH-RES VERSION(30 sec. Download)