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Evolving Strategies for Evolving Landscapes: Beyond the Garden Bed
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To work with the land today means dealing with dramatic change. Factors from landscape fragmentation to accidental species introductions have made it difficult to establish resilient plant communities. This two-day conference will explore how to interact with the complex, evolving realities of today's landscapes and those of the future.

1/8/2015 to 1/9/2015
When: January 8 & 9, 2015
Where: Montgomery County Community College
Science Center Auditorium
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 
United States
Contact: Morris Arboretum
215-247-5777 ext 125

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To work with the land today means dealing with dramatic change. Factors from landscape fragmentation to accidental species introductions have made it difficult to establish resilient plant communities.  Yet increased interest in ecology, landscape performance, and natural aesthetics has created a significant need to establish these landscapes successfully and consistently. This two-day conference will explore how to interact with the complex, evolving realities of today's landscapes and those of the future.

This conference qualifies for 12 PCH CEUs.

For more information and to register click here:  Evolving Strategies for Evolving Landscapes

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