On Virginia Water Radio for 2-6-17: Virginia’s Flora Fills a Book, Inspires an App, Illustrates a Photo Exhibition, and Forms a Foundation for the Commonwealth’s Natural Resources

Virginia Water Radio’s latest episode, for the week of February 6, 2017, is “Virginia’s Plants in History, Music, and Water”   The 4 min./13 sec. episode, available online at http://www.virginiawaterradio.org/2017/02/episode-354-2-6-17-virginias-plants-in.html, updates a January 2013 episode on the Flora of Virginia, the book and project documenting the Commonwealth’s thousands of plants.  The episode’s musical selection is “Fair Meadows and Goodly Tall Trees” by Timothy Seaman of Williamsburg.

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An aquatic member of Virginia’s flora: Wild Celery near Dixon Landing on the James River (Nelson-Buckingham county line), July 11, 2009.

Virginia Water Radio’s is a weekly broadcast/podcast produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center.  The home page is http://www.virginiawaterradio.org.  Have a listen or two!

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