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Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society

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WILDFLOWERS in HUGO

HUGO WILDFLOWER PROGRAM

Our community now has a Hugo Wildflower Program and Committee. The purpose of the program and committee is to share information about its local wildflowers. Part of the program allows Hugo neighbors to publish for free photographs of Hugo wildflowers on the Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society’s web site.

http://www.hugoneighborhood.org

The Board of the Hugo Neighborhood is excited about the potential this project has for bringing the neighborhood together.  Besides having a lot of fun it views this kind of activity as an indicator of community well-being.  It firmly believes that part of the strength of our Hugo community is social connectedness (social capital) as measured by neighbor's participating in group activities and voluntary organizations.  The Board has not researched the topic, but it believes that social capital causes or is closely correlated with a surprisingly long list of social benefits:  civil and racial tolerance, prosperity, income equality, successful schools, human happiness, mental and physical health, low crime rates, participation in democratic institutions, low suicide rates, functional families, safe and well-raised children, and more-effective governance.

The Hugo wildflower web site will be used to publish wildflower information and photographs approved by the Hugo Wildflower Committee which is acting under the authority of the Hugo Neighborhood Board. Wildflowers will be published by color categories.

The Hugo Wildflower Committee is authorized to review and publish information and photographs of Hugo wildflowers as it deems appropriate. It will develop, as applicable, its own expanded bylaws for accomplishing this objective without review from the Hugo Neighborhood.  The only sideboards are that the expanded bylaws have to conform with the Hugo Neighborhood's constitution and it's general bylaws. (SUBMISSION FORM PROCESS)

WILDFLOWER COMMITTEE

All wildflower photos and information submitted for review to the Hugo Wildflower Committee must be accompanied by this descriptive information SUBMISSION FORM.

BECOME A MEMBER

Wildflower Committee - Contact our Chair if you want more information about becoming a member of the Hugo Wildflower Committee.

Michael Brassill, Chair
Hugo Wildflower Committee
3701 Russell Road
Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
541-476-0654

There are more than a dozen Hugo Wildflower Committee members and we're just starting.   Want to join them?

Karen Rose, 955-7057; Mike and Cindy Walker, 471-8271; Lorena Chapman, 476-0654; Wayne and Janet McKy, 476-4006; John Goeckerman, 476-4084; Liz Butowitsch, 479-3162; and Carol & Dick Smith, 955-4995; Ann and Ed Lyneis, 479-9596; Dan Peterson, Darryl Dickerson.

More information - Contact an officer of the Hugo Neighborhood on how you can become involved in your community’s land use, and/or history projects.

DISCLAIMER

VIEW FLOWERS
White Flowers
Yellow Flowers
Orange Flowers
Red Flowers
Purple Flowers
Blue Flowers
Pink Flowers
Other Flowers
FIELD TRIPS
4/10/05 - Pleasant Valley Cemetery
WEB LINKS
Aggie Horticulture Web Site - wildflowers indexed by common name or scientific name, photo gallery and wildseed catalogs.
American Meadows Web Site - wildflower seeds and photos, etc.
California State University at Berkeley - CALPHOTOS - 53166 images - Using the Photos in Cal Photos Library
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2012 Hugo Neighborhood Association & Historical Society