PASSIFLORA SOCIETY NEWS
PSI was originally founded by Ron Boender in the United States of America and registered in the state of Florida, where its bank and other accounts were held
This worked fine while its management and members were predominantly US-based, but this is no longer the case, which has resulted in practical problems.
PSI is therefore being restructured as as an unincorporated association under English law, and two meetings have been called on 12th October 2019 to complete the process.
It is important that as many premium members as possible participate in these meetings whether in person, or by voting online.
Once the meetings have taken place, and the motions carried, premium members who participate, wherever they are based, should see no significant change in their membership terms and benefits; the same applies to premium members who do not participate and to basic members, except that they may need to confirm their registration the next time they login.
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Published 18 September, 2019
AT LAST !!! The 2017 66-page double issue newsletter has been published, and to celebrate we are holding a BACKNUMBER SALE – see below.
The 2017 Newsletter includes:
- the 2016/7 Cultivar Register
- Rebecca Hilgenhof’s magisterial student project on Passiflora subgenus Astrophaea: Curiosities amongst the Passionflowers
Hard copies are being mailed to everyone on the 2017 premium member list. Current premium members not on that list can
- purchase their own hard copy from MagCloud
- download a digital version free of charge by logging in and going to the Newsletter Downloads page
Basic members can purchase both hard copies and digital versions from MagCloud
SEPTEMBER BACKNUMBER SALE. Prices have been slashed by UP TO 60%, with an AVERAGE OF 35%. For Newsletters, go to the 50-strong PSI Newsletter Collection on MagCloud BEFORE 6th OCTOBER and fill your boots. For Special Issues go here.
2018 NEWSLETTER. We are now working on the 2018 newsletter, which will be another double issue, and will include a further update to the Cultivar Register. Contributions welcome !
Published 6 September, 2019