Introducing the BAEE Blog

Watercolor painting of a pink dogwood
Cornus florida (Pink Dogwood) © Bonnie Driggers)

The Botanical Artists for Education & the Environment (BAEE) launches their blog today with this first post. We’d like to invite everyone who is interested in botanical art, and gardeners interested in growing native plants and their historical medical uses, to join us.

The members of BAEE recognize the need to inform and inspire people about why native plants matter. Botanical Artists for Education and the Environment are dedicated to teaching more about plants, their conservation and complexity, which will lead to a more enlightened understanding of the intrinsic value of plants in our lives.

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Cynthia is a Fellow of the Society for Technical Communication and the Web Diva for the Botanical Artists for Education & the Environment (BAEE) website. She has a B.A. in English and a B.S. in Information Systems Management. She's been a lab technician, a technical illustrator, an electrical and mechanical draftswoman, a technical writer, a programmer, an engineer, a manager, an information developer, an adviser, a marketing specialist, and a web developer. She's worked in the U.S., Germany, and France with one week in Italy. She's been to many countries but not enough. She is now retired but loves coding and design so much, she volunteers on several websites.