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October, 2016

28th Annual Southern Garden Symposium

28th Annual Southern Garden Symposium

October 14 through October 15, St. Francisville LA

Creating Stunning Plant Communities that Stand the Test of Time
The foundation of healthy ecosystems, plants bring beauty and joy to our lives. The secret to great planting lies in understanding how plants grow in the wild. This talk explores the fundamental principles of wild plant communities and translates them into powerful design and management strategies. Claudia will present spectacular perennials and grasses, explaining how to use them in stable and layered combinations that increase the ornamental, functional, and ecological value of your landscape.

Speaker: Ms. Claudia West

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ASLA 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo

ASLA 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo

October 20 through October 24, New Orleans LA

THE PREMIER EVENT FOR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONALS AND STUDENTS

Visit us in booth 949!

More than 6,000 landscape architecture professionals and students from across the U.S. and around the world will gather in Boston, November 15-18, to earn up to 21 professional development hours, to enjoy the fellowship of our profession, and to reconnect with the fundamental elements of design.

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Cleveland Pollinator Symposium

Cleveland Pollinator Symposium

October 22, Huntington Valley OH

Immerse yourself in a full day program exploring the ecological concepts that support biologically diverse and healthy ecosystems.

Climate changes, invasive plants, monocultures and the alarming decline in pollinators make it imperative that we not only preserve and protect our resources, but that we focus on the ways to change our stewardship approaches---from backyard and public gardens to land management strategies.

Bikes, Bees & Butterflies goal is to facilitate a growing awareness and conversation around increasing natural diversity and ecological resilience through pollinator habitats, bee pastures and flowering field borders that stabilize the soil, filter water runoff and sequester carbon.  Our conference brings together well-known experts for a lively exchange of information and expertise. Our speakers will share the most up-to-date information on pollinators, pesticide usage and best practices in creating pollinator habitats and protecting their health. Learn how you can make a positive difference in your community and the world.

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November, 2016

Annapolis Horticulture Society

Annapolis Horticulture Society

November 2, Annapolis MD

Monthly Meeting featuring Claudia West, Author of Planting in a Post-Wild World

Meetings are held at St. Anne's Parish Hall in Annapolis at 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month, from September through May except for January, and are open to the public.

St. Anne's Parish Hall
199 Duke of Gloucester Street
Annapolis, MD 21401

Enter through the side entrance of St. Anne’s Parish Hall from Charles Street or through the rear entrance off the South Street parking lot. Parking is also available at Hillman's Parking Garage.

 

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