Owen, Anne
November 2009
American Rose;2009Annual, p98
The article deals with the process of recruiting members to become Consulting Rosarians (CR)for the Nashville Rose Society in Tennessee. It highlights the problem with using personal preference as the criteria for becoming a CR. The society's Apprentice Consulting Rosarian Program was introduced in order to allow the recruitment of members to become CRs instead of asking only established members to become CRs. It outlines the requirements and criteria for members to become CRs.


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