||Click on issue date for the text.
||2013 - pdf file
||Seasonal letters from President Pam Weiner. Spring - Pam reviews the last winter's Volunteer event and discusses goals and projects for 2013.
||2012 - pdf file
||Seasonal letters from President Pam Weiner. Winter - she describes winter events and updates us on the Friends efforts to raise money for the Cary George Wetland Project. Spring - Pam describes the events planned for the 60th anniversary of the Friends. Fall - Pam reviews the 60th Anniversary Garden Party and updates membership on coming changes to the newsletter.
||2011 - pdf file
||Seasonal letters from President Pam Weiner. Winter - she reviews the past season and the move of the Loppet Ski Trail away from the Garden Buffer Zone. Spring - She welcomes the spring season and introduces the Cary George Wetland Project. Summer - She reviews the climate of spring and early summer and compares to the 1925 season. Fall - Pam describes how delightful autumn can be; reviews the upcoming volunteer appreciation event and updates on the Friends efforts to raise money for the Cary George Wetland Project.
||2010 - pdf file
||4 seasonal letters from President Pam Weiner. Fall - she writes about the visual wonder of the Garden and how artists have interpreted it. Summer - reflection about the importance of individual actions and the work of The Friends. Spring - she welcomes spring and writes on the Friends expectations for the 2010 season. Winter - she writes on the paying attention to nature and the renewal of life, with comments from Thoreau.
||2009 - pdf file
||4 seasonal letters from President Pam Weiner. Fall - her letter is on the past Garden season and The Friends educational emphasis as outlined in our mission statement. Summer - she writes on some of Eloise Butler's favorite blooming plants of the Summer Garden. Spring - she writes on the beginning of the Garden's 102nd year, on Board Member needs and directions for 2009, and on the upcoming Annual Meeting of The Friends. Winter - she comments on the past Garden season and what the Friends have accomplished this past year.
|| 2008 - pdf file
||4 seasonal letters from President Pam Weiner. Fall - she reflects on the experience of a quiet day in the Garden while volunteering at the Martha Crone Shelter. Summer - she comments on the progress of invasive plant removal in the Garden and in Wirth Park. Spring - she covers the arrival of spring, introduces new Editor of The Fringed Gentian, comments on her study of ecology. Winter - she writes on the challenges for the 2nd century of the garden. Review of events of 2007
||Pam Weiner: Her First letter as President of The Friends.