PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF MEETING PLACE FOR JULY: Our general meeting this month will be held at Arborale Nurseries in Getzville. We will be all set up for the Koi Show and auction. Presentation given by Brenda McCormick of the Western New York Herpetological Society on amphibians that you would see in and around their pond.
This months speaker is Matt Lathm of Vertical Fresh Farms is headquartered in Buffalo, NY. Their purpose is to provide people everywhere with year-round, fresh, nutritious food at a consistently low price through the use of localized indoor vertical farming. Our produce is grown vertically indoors without any pesticides, ensuring that your family is getting […]
Jerry Behlau from the Genesse Valley Pond and Koi Club will gave an excellent presentation on lotus plants. How to grow, feed and separate the tubers and how to store them in the winter. Great job Jerry! Our yearly elections are over and we have a new President! John Kelso has stepped up to fill the role. […]
NFKPC annual photo contest! Marylou Frost of the Science Museum Camera Club was our judge. Marylou also gave a presentation on National Monuments which was spectacular! Photo contest criteria: Flora (plant), Best Fauna (animal), and Best Pond picture. First and second place in each category along with a people’s choice, cash prizes for each! See the winners below.
February 12, 2016 Meeting is canceled
Our speaker this month is founding father of NFKPC Tom Tower who will speaking about adding a Chinese hi-finned banned shark to your pond, that you can purchase at Niagara Aquarium. Also he will be holding his “wet tee shirt” contest. No water is involved, members will be judged on the best tee shirt depicting some type […]
Speaker this month is Dr. Wayne Gall Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Social and Preventive Medicine Univ. of Buffalo. His topic is Dragon Flies, Stone Flies, Damsel Flies and other Pond Monsters. Feel free to join us! Elections will be held in January, so start thinking about nominations. As always, all four officers need to […]