University Union, Chesapeake Rooms (3d floor)
See below for directions and parking.
Chris Bolgiano:Salvaging Biodiversity: Lost Cause or Lifestyle Choice? Disturbing thoughts about disturbed landscapes, and how backyards can make or break regional biodiversity levels.
William Hilgartner, PhD:
Prehistoric Herbaceous Plants of the Baltimore Region
Baltimore County's On-going Efforts to Sustainably Manage its Forests The key challenges of determining forest health assessment, management planning and implementation for both public and private forest lands.
Saturday afternoon and Sunday Field Trips will be important venues to expand on the theme. Field trip registration is available when you register for the Conference.
Saturday field trips are for conference registrants only.
Sunday field trip are open to the public, if space is available.
Field trips are listed on the 2012 Conference Page.
6pm-9pm at the Conference location. Dress is "field botany casual."
If your organization is interested in selling plants, books, or related items, or exhibiting informational displays, please contact Christa Partain (email@example.com). Call for Vendors/Exhibitors
Undergraduates and graduates studying plant taxonomy, plant ecology, landscaping with native plants, and restoration ecology are invited to submit a poster proposal to Dr. Roland Roberts (firstname.lastname@example.org) by August 31, 2012. Call for Posters
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Best Western of Cromwell Bridge Road. http://bestwesternbaltimore.com/
Another close-by hotel is the Towson Marriott.
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