Information on the Aquatic Gardeners Association
To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
Subject: Information on the Aquatic Gardeners Association
From: "shaji (s.) bhaskar" <bhaskar at bnr_ca>
Date: Sat, 22 Apr 1995 10:44:00 -0400
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>From: "Christopher R. Noto" <cnoto at freenet_scri.fsu.edu>
>I'd like a pointer, and perhaps some information, on the "AGA"
>(Aquatic Gardeners Association?) that has been mentioned on the list.
Here is some information (lifted shamelessly from an issue of "The
Aquatic Gardener", the bi-monthly publication of the Aquatic Gardeners
o to disseminate information about aquatic plants.
o to study and improve upon techniques for culturing aquatic and
bog plants in aquariums and ponds.
o to increase interest in aquatic-gardening.
o to promote fellowship among its members.
The Aquatic Gardener (often abbreviated to TAG) contains book reviews,
articles (both advanced and beginner-level, with a slant towards
advanced, in my opinion) and a question-and-answer section. It is
usually about 25 pages long.
Dues are U.S. $15/year, US/Canada/Mexico, or U.S. $28/year,
all other countries. To join, send check or money order to
Dorothy Reimer (Membership)
83 Cathcart St.
CANADA N6C 3L9
Hope this helps.