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Meadows Tour & Field Day - York County
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Keep your business current with the latest trends in landscaping. Meadows are a great way to control stormwater and provide much needed food for pollinators. Join CCLC for this conservation landscaping tour & field day, “Meadows: Landscape solutions for public and private properties”. Registration deadline is August 14. This qualifies for 5 PCH CEUs.

8/21/2015
When: August 21, 2015
8:00 AM
Where: York County Annex
112 Pleasant Acres Road
York, Pennsylvania  17402
United States
Contact: Connie Schmotzer
717-840-7408

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Keep your business current with the latest trends in landscaping. Meadows are a great way to control stormwater and provide much needed food for pollinators.

Join CCLC for a conservation landscaping tour & field day, “Meadows: Landscape solutions for public and private properties”. We’ll visit 3 meadow sites in York County, PA that illustrate the Eight Essential Elements of Conservation Landscaping:

 - Newly installed meadow at a government building
 - Mature residential meadow
 - Meadow, detention basin and rain garden at Milton Hershey School

Each of these sites include environmentally sensitive design, conservation of water and use of native plants to create wildlife habitat. Additionally, each site will feature a special speaker with technical expertise:

 - Mary Kline, RLA
 - Wendy Brister, Harvey’s Gardens
 - Timothy Hoover
 - Crystal Huff, Nate McKelvie, Jesse Yonkovich, Hershey School

This tour is ideal for landscape architects, landscape designers, contractors, land planners, municipal officials, and other professionals in the landscape design and installation field.

For more information on this Field Day click here:  Meadows: Landscape solutions

This Field Day qualifies for 5 PCH CEUs.

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