Mills, Ted
September 2011
American Rose;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p82
The article discusses the need to recruit young people to the American Rose Society (ARS) to continue its established leadership in rose culture. The author states that local rose society officers and Consulting Rosarians (CRs) have to lead the recruiting process, noting that retention of new members is equally vital. According to the author, the first days of membership are critical, with new recruits to be promised of provision of continuous rose growing information by CRs.


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