What you missed at the AGA Convention 2015
The Aquatic Gardeners Association Convention 2015 was held in beautiful Washington, DC on April 10-12, 2015. In episode 32, JJ and I take you there! We had a great time and we hope you’ll find our overview entertaining. Next time, maybe we can record you at the 2017 Convention!
Have a listen!
About the Aquatic Gardeners Association and GWAPA
The Aquatic Gardeners Association is an international nonprofit organization of aquatic plant enthusiasts, which appeals to both beginners and experienced hobbyists alike. The AGA publishes a quarterly journal called The Aquatic Gardener (or “TAG”), the only English language journal devoted to aquarium plants and planted aquaria.
AGA members receive a FREE subscription to TAG and all special publications. Members also can purchase back issues, DVDs, and t-shirts. We also hold a bi-annual convention and an online aquascaping contest.
I highly encourage you to join the AGA.
Greater Washington Aquatic Plant Association (GWAPA)
The Greater Washington Aquatic Plant Association is a place for those interested in aquatic plants to gather together to exchange information, plants, and just spend some time having fun with fellow aquatic plant enthusiasts.
I highly encourage you to join GWAPA.
Photos from the Convention[soliloquy id=”1480″]
Photo of Jeff Miotke’s work
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Links to items mentioned in this episode
- Fluvial sponsored the Nano Workshop
- Rachel O-Leary’s site – thanks for everything Rachel!
- Tom Barr, Jennifer Williams
- Aaron Dutch’s Facebook Group
- Mike Senske of Aquarium Design Group
- George Farmer, Mr. Keynote Speaker
- One Pot Iwagumi – my deconstruction of George Farmer’s aquascaping
- Build My LED – Mike Klase
- Phil Edwards and Brightwell Aquatics
- The Aqueous Art Movement