This is our speaker schedule, subject to change:

1/16    Mike Meier, Food for Us
2/20    Dr. Lorenzo Rossi–Olives
3/19    Chris Wenzel of Truly Tropical farm in Delray Beach   Temporarily CANCELLED
4/16    Patrick Garvey, Grimal Grove, Big Pine Key
5/21    Larry Grosser, Pulling up Roots (moving garden to a new location)
6/18    TBA
7/16    TBA
8/20   TBA
9/17    TBA
10/15  TBA
11/19  TBA
12/17  Annual Christmas party

01/17   David Erickson, CEO of ECHO near Fort Meyers, FL
02/21   Annmarie Gray from Pinders Nursery–Edible flowers & herbs
03/21.  Paula Smith, tropical fruit expert: Indiantown Community Garden
04/18   Christian Miller, Extension Agent PB County–Common Fruit Tree Issues
05/16   Larry Zimmerman–Q&A
06/20   Jeff Schorner owner of Al’s Family Farms–Oranges
07/18   Louise King, Fruit & Spice Park: Mangos and other Stars of the Park
08/15   Bobbi Spencer (club founder), Best fruit to grow in the Treasure Coast
09/19   Mike Luciano, Grafting carambola trees
10/17   Dr. Mark Ritenour, UF Professor specializing in keeping fruit fresh.
11/21   Diane Cordeau, Carl Frost of Kai-Kai Farm
12/19   Annual Christmas party

01/18    Ronald Cave, director of U.F. Indian River Research & Education Center

02/15    Darryl McCullough, Sweetsong Groves, Sarasota
03/15    Louise King, Fruit & Spice Park–Hurricane preparation
04/19    Garima Kakkar, U.F. citrus  agent–work UF does on citrus problems
05/17    Nathaniel Reed, Florida conservationist–The politics of agriculture in Florida
06/21    Dr. Ann McMullin of Indian River State College
07/19    Mike Winterstein, Subtropical Horticultural Research Station
08/16   Alex Salazar, Tropical Acres Farm–Mangoes!
09/20   Ann Nyhuis, of A Garden’s Glory
10/18    Brian Patterson of The Tomato Store: Hydroponics
11/15    Ira Smith, club member & tropical fruit expert: Annonas
12/20    Annual Christmas party