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Native Plants in the Landscape Conference
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The 23rd Native Plants in the Landscape Conference is going to be so awesome, informative and educational that you’ll never miss the old conference. This conference provides essential information and networking for gardeners, teachers, and students, as well as landscape, nursery, botanic garden, and environmental professionals. Register by May 25 to avoid late fees.

6/5/2014 to 6/7/2014
When: June 5 - 7, 2014
Where: Millersville University
Millersville, Pennsylvania 
United States
Contact: Biology Department, Millersville University
717-871-2189

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The 23rd Native Plants in the Landscape Conference is going to be so awesome, informative and educational that you’ll never miss the old conference.

The purpose of this conference is to increase the knowledge, propagation, cultivation, and use of native plants in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions; to promote methods of land management and design that respect "sense of place" by preserving and restoring native species and natural processes; to engender an appreciation of regionally appropriate landscapes that are harmonious for people and nature.

NEW for 2014!  We NOW offer partial registrations. Look for one and two day registrations or attend the entire conference.  We will also have full and partial day workshops on the first day that are additional and optional.  

For more information and to register click here:  Native Plants in the Landscape Conference

Sessions at this conference qualify for PCH CEUs.  Total number varies based on classes attended.

Register by May 25 to avoid late registration fees.

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