Photos Taken on January 14, 1999
Cassette ID 333-946

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Julie St. John (Society for Ecological Restoration) summarizes brainstorming from the Information Sharing Session.
Julie Barrett Heffington (Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center) discusses the Public Outreach Sessions.
Charmaine Delmatier (Wyoming Native Plant Society) talks about Public Outreach Sessions.
Participants enjoyed themselves at the luncheon during which Lady Bird Johnson was given an NPCI Lifetime Achievement Award.
Roy Butler (Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Board, former Mayor of Austin) and The Honorable J.J. "Jake" Pickle (Honorary Director of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center) with Peggy Olwell (Bureau of Land Management, Chairperson of the Native Plant Conservation Initiatiave) and Andrew Sansom (Executive Director of Texas Parks & Wildlife) at the luncheon.
Robert Breunig, the Director of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, presented Secretary of Interior Bruce Babbitt with a copy of the 1997 IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants on behalf of the Native Plant Conservation Inititiative.
Secretary of Interior Bruce Babbitt spoke about the importance of spreading the message of a flower, the need for native plant conservation.
Lady Bird Johnson and Secretary of Interior Bruce Babbitt. (Photo taken by Kerry S. Walter)
Lady Bird Johnson accepts a Native Plant Conservation Initiative Lifetime Achievement Award from Secretary of Interior Bruce Babbitt. (Photo taken by Kerry S. Walter)
After receiving the award, Lady Bird Johnson gave a short speech about beautification and her efforts to promote conservation. (Photo taken by Kerry S. Walter)
Carole Bergmann (Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission) takes the opportunity to give Lady Bird Johnson a bunch of homegrown, dried wildflowers.

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