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Check our calendar for our speaking engagements, trade show and conference attendance, and other events we think you should know about!

 


October, 2019

2019 Eastern Region Annual Conference

2019 Eastern Region Annual Conference

October 16 through October 19, Madison WI

Come to the U.S. Heartland to learn the latest on propagation, production, and new plant breeding from industry leaders. IPPS Eastern Region conference tours will visit major propagation and production nurseries, botanical gardens, and corporate landscape designs across southern Wisconsin.The educational program as well as the tours will demonstrate the diversity and resilience of the plants and people that live and work in what can be a challenging climate. Save the dates now and plan to join us!

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Perennial Plant Conference

Perennial Plant Conference

October 18, Swarthmore, PA

Another fantastic lineup of speakers will be at the Lang Performing Arts Center at Swarthmore College for this year's conference. We'll see you there as Creekers mix and mingle throughout the day!

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November, 2019

UD Landscape Symposium

UD Landscape Symposium

November 1, Wilmington DE

THE CRAFT OF DESIGN - Enhancing Skills and Landscape Function


Learn about people-centered landscapes and engage in skill-building workshops.  Speakers include Eric Bardenhagen, Jon Cox, Bryan Quinn and Jim Richards. LACES (6) will be provided. UD landscape architecture students plan and organize the symposium, cosponsored by the University of Delaware Landscape Architecture Program and Delaware Center for Horticulture.

JOIN US

Friday, November 1st 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Reception 5 to 6 p.m.

Location: Delaware Center for Horticulture
1810 N. DuPont Street
Wilmington, DE

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ELA Mid-Atlantic Conference

ELA Mid-Atlantic Conference

November 14, Wilmington DE

Thu, November 14 @ 8:30 am EDT - 4:00 pm EDT

The Plant Pollinator Partnership

Offered in collaboration with
The Delaware Center for Horticulture

As native bees struggle alongside European honey bees for survival, their reduced numbers put natural ecosystems and agricultural systems at risk. And bees are not the only pollinators that are suffering. Beetles, butterflies, ants, birds, and bats all help with pollination and all are experiencing environmental stresses.

In response, landscape professionals and concerned homeowners across the country are learning more about the habitat needs of all pollinators – and using that knowledge to make planting decisions.

Join ELA to learn from four pollinator experts what we can do to support pollinators.

For more information, click here.




December, 2019

Turning a New Leaf Conference

December 5 through December 6, Harrisburg PA

Brought to you by the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, learn how to create landscapes that work with our natural resources. Topics on design, native plants, maintenance, soils, hydrology & stormwater.

The conference tracks are:

  • Streams and Surrounding Landscapes
  • Landscapes in a Changing Climate
  • Designing with Plant Communities

 

For more information, click here.



2019 Ecological Plant Conference

2019 Ecological Plant Conference

December 6, Brooklyn, NY

2019 Ecological Plant Conference

Fri, December 6 @ 8:30 am EDT - 4:30 pm EDT

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens990 Washington Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11225 United States

 

The Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA) in collaboration with Brooklyn Botanic Garden is hosting a symposium for landscape professionals - 

As environmental pressures mount, it is refreshing to take time from busy schedules to surround ourselves with beauty and learn lessons toward more resilient design solutions. Join us for a day at Brooklyn Botanic Garden with friends and colleagues who share your passion for plants and the planet.

Five plant masters will educate, delight, and inspire us: Ethan Dropkin, Shannon Currey, Justin Bowers, Michael Nadeau, and Carolyn Summers.

For more information, click here.




January, 2020

MANTS

MANTS

January 8, 2020 through January 10, 2020, Baltimore, MD

Come celebrate with us as MANTS enters its 50th year!

BOOTH 571-573

MANTS is widely known as The Masterpiece of Trade Shows TM and the place where industry members come every January because MANTS means business. The show covers over 300,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space, the maximum amount available on one level at the Baltimore Convention Center. Today the show has a waiting list and we strive to accommodate as many space requests from current and prospective exhibitors alike. MANTS draws exhibiting companies and attendees from throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan and Asia.

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Great Lakes Trade Expo

Great Lakes Trade Expo

January 27, 2020 through January 29, 2020, Lansing MI

Visit us at Booth 922!

All Green Industry professionals are invited to the 2019 Great Lakes Trade Exposition - promoting a healthy economic future through ideas, interaction, and inspiration.

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Green and Growin'

Green and Growin'

January 28, 2020 through January 31, 2020, Greensboro, NC

THE FUTURE IS GREEN!

Join us at Green and Growin' in January! You can find us in booth 1415 - swing by and find out what's new at North Creek.

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IPM Essen

IPM Essen

January 28, 2020 through January 31, 2020, Essen Germany

IPM ESSEN

The world's leading horticultural trade fair revolves around solutions and innovations in the green sector. The International Plant Fair has been held annually at Messe Essen since 1983. Here exhibitors increasingly present products that are sustainable and suitable for climate change. These include heat- and cold-tolerant plant and shrub varieties, environmentally friendly and resource-saving packaging solutions, organic fertilisers and substrates, air-cleaning, easy-to-care for indoor plants and pots made of sustainable and biodegradable materials.

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DE Wetlands Conference

DE Wetlands Conference

January 29, 2020 through January 30, 2020, Wilmington DE

Delaware Wetlands Conference

Educating and Connecting People from Across the Mid-Atlantic Region to All Things Wetland.

Join us on January 29th and 30th, 2020 as more than 320 wetland enthusiasts, experts and students from the Mid-Atlantic region gather in Wilmington, Delaware to attend the 9th biennial 2020 Delaware Wetlands Conference.  Participants will share the latest in wetland research, innovations to outreach and education, and the progress of conservation programs.  Ample opportunities will also be provided to network and make new connections. 

For more information, click here.




February, 2020

NJASLA 2020 Annual Meeting

NJASLA 2020 Annual Meeting

February 9, 2020 through February 11, 2020, Atlantic City NJ

The 2020 NJASLA Annual Meeting will be held on February 9-11 at Harrah’s Waterfront Resort. This year's focus will be on LANDSCAPE OF DIVERSITY. 

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