Sponsoring Organization: Piedmont-Blue Ridge Horticulture Society and Shenandoah University
“Each of these speakers is a national expert, and each is particularly good at presenting ideas that resonate with gardeners today,” said Genie Cate, president of the horticulture society. “We want to provide a comprehensive view of plants, tools, and approaches for developing pollinator- and bird-friendly landscapes appropriate to the mid-Atlantic growing conditions. ”
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“We are delighted to be working with Shenandoah University’s famous ecologist, Dr. Woody Bousqet, on this project,” said Cate. “Cosponsors have also been so important, from Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy and the local Audubon chapters to Piedmont Environmental Council and the native plant societies from Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland. Everybody has pitched in to support this conference and we are thrilled!”
REGISTRATION: All registration is in advance of the conference. There will be no registration on that day. Cost for the conference is $99 and includes lunch and drinks. www.tomorrowslandscapes.org
CONTACT: Genie Cate at email@example.com.
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