RE: NANFA-L-- RE: NANFA-- Next Convention?

Subject: RE: NANFA-L-- RE: NANFA-- Next Convention?
From: Irate Mormon (
Date: Wed Aug 11 2004 - 22:33:14 CDT

Quoting Kenneth Quinn <>:

> >trying to pull together the details to propose to BOD, so I would welcome
> >input from the list. Particularly I'd like to know species/areas you'd
> >like to collect,

I don't think anybody really cares - offering a variety of trips people can
choose from is the best way to go.

 characteristics you'd like to see in the hotel

cheap! and outdoorsy.

>and event venues,

A public aquarium is always a good idea! OR hatchery, or something...

>and your feeling on dates for the convention.

Early or late summer. In early summer the fish will still have color. Then,
it's not so hot, and most academics can still attend. Look-in-who your main
speakers will be, and other academics who want to attend, and try to work around
their schedules.

"my dadie raised the stuff we lived one he groed the corn to make our bread he
groed they cane to make our syrup allso groed they Beans and Peas to make soup
beans out of ... he Killed a beaf and a Sheep and two or three hogs for the
winter he diden have mutch money for anything when mother ran out of coffie
she parched chestnuts and ground them one her coffie mill to make coffie out of"
- Mrs. Marvin Watts
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: Wed Sep 29 2004 - 12:24:19 CDT