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  Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society

Meetings are on the first Thursday of each month at 7 pm at the Junior League of Tucson, 2099 East River Road, unless otherwise noted.

2009 Meetings
December 6, 2009 Yearly TCSS Holiday party at the Junior League Building from Noon to 3 pm. All Members
November 5, 2009 "The Use of Emulsified Pure Oils to Control Insects and Diseases Attacking Cacti and Succulents" Dr. Jerald Wheeler
October 1, 2009 "50 years in 50 minutes" Richard Wiedhopf
September 3, 2009 "South Africa - Northern Cape Part One" Doug Dawson
August 6, 2009 "Understanding the Climates of Succulent Plant Habitats" Dr. Michael W. Douglas, Ph.D.
July 2, 2009 "Diseases of Cacti and Succulents" Dr. Mary Olsen, Ph.D.
June 4, 2009 "Designing with Cacti and Succulents" Greg Corman
May 7, 2009 "Shows, Showing and Judging" Woody Minnich
April 2, 2009 "The golden spine Ferocactus Wislizenii" Chris Monrad
March 5, 2009 "Cacti, Agaves, and Yuccas of California and Nevada" Stephen Ingram
February 5, 2009 "E Namibia Semper Aliquid Novi - New Plants from an Old Place" Tim Harvey
January 8, 2009
Note: not the first Thursday of the month.
"Adenium: Twenty Years from Obscurity to Rising Star" Kevin Barber and Mark Dimmitt
Year 2008 2008 Meeting Schedule  
Year 2007 2007 Meeting Schedule  
Year 2006 2006 Meeting Schedule  
Tuesday December 8, 2009 7:00 pm Board meeting at the U of A College of Pharmacy
Tuesday January 12, 2010 7:00 pm Board meeting at the U of A College of Pharmacy
 For a complete list of our programs going back to 2002, download our newsletters here.

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  TCSS reserves the right to change dates and/or program should it be necessary.