- to experience sweetness in the sense of taste--the apple
- to add beauty to his environment--the tulip
- to induce pleasure by altering his brain chemistry--the marijuana plant
- to control nature--the potato
"We don't give plants nearly enough credit.
They have been working on us; they've been using us for their own purposes."
Join us for lunch (provided for the first 15 attendees) and a look at nature the way you have never considered it before. Come by the library and pick up a copy of the book (limited quantities) and participate in our discussions at noon in the library classroom on these dates:
February 23--Part 1
March 16--Part 2
April 6--Part 3
Aprill ? (to be determined by participants)--Part 4
For more information, contact:
Scott Seagle, 697-3231 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicky Leather, 697-2576 or email@example.com
Tisa Houck, 697-2577 or firstname.lastname@example.org