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    Meadowview fall newsletter and revised Joseph Pines prospectus

    Hi Folks:

    Our fall newsletter has been mailed out to current members but is also now available on-line at our website. You can read the newsletter via a pdf link in our "News" section on main page, featuring a solicitation letter, or go to the newsletter link. There are lots of exciting stories to read.

    We've also revised and updated our "Center for Biodiversity" pdf link on the Joseph Pines page. The Center is discussed in the newsletter but all the interesting and worthy details are described in the prospectus.

    Enjoy the read and let me know if you have any questions.

    Sincerely,

    Phil Sheridan, Ph.D.
    Director and President
    Meadowview Biological
    Research Station

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    Hi Folks:

    We received notice from the Virginia Dept. of Environmental Quality that our loan application to purchase the 51 acre Schwartz tract as our education and biodiversity center is recommended for approval. A public meeting will be held in November and final decision made shortly thereafter. Full details of the plan can be read on our Joseph Pines link at www.pitcherplant.org. Click on the pdf prospectus to read the plan.

    The loan from DEQ would be for $449,000 and will require a foundation(s) or major donor(s) to support the note. We're working hard to make this happen so keep your fingers croseed and spread the word. If we get this property we will be able to crank up production of indigenous rare flora, on-site, to greatly accelerate the restoration program at Joseph Pines Preserve and produce a world-class pitcher plant preserve. We will also have facilities to accomodate those who want to volunteer, take an eco-vacation to help with the restoration process, or simply visit the preserve.

    Sincerely,

    Phil Sheridan, Ph.D.
    Director
    Meadowview Biological
    Research Station

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    Hi Folks:

    We received notice from the Virginia Dept. of Environmental Quality that our loan application to purchase the 51 acre Schwartz tract as our education and biodiversity center is recommended for approval. A public meeting will be held in November and final decision made shortly thereafter. Full details of the plan can be read on our Joseph Pines link at www.pitcherplant.org. Click on the pdf prospectus to read the plan.

    The loan from DEQ would be for $449,000 and will require a foundation(s) or major donor(s) to support the note. We're working hard to make this happen so keep your fingers croseed and spread the word. If we get this property we will be able to crank up production of indigenous rare flora, on-site, to greatly accelerate the restoration program at Joseph Pines Preserve and produce a world-class pitcher plant preserve. We will also have facilities to accomodate those who want to volunteer, take an eco-vacation to help with the restoration process, or simply visit the preserve.

    Sincerely,

    Phil Sheridan, Ph.D.
    Director
    Meadowview Biological
    Research Station

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    I'll see if the NECPS would like to come down for a weekend and lend a hand.

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