This workshop is designed for all audiences - home gardeners, landscapers and horticulturalists, land conservation groups, and others who want to learn about ecological planting design. Registrations are limited to 25 attendees to maximize learning. Lunch is included in the registration fee.
We are honored to announce the 48th annual LABash will be hosted at The Pennsylvania State University. At LABash, students and professionals come together and celebrate landscape architecture. No matter the age, cultural background, or role in the profession, we are constantly growing, learning, and developing.
Shenandoah Valley Plant Symposium 2018
Join us as we present A Gardener's Palette. We'll dip your brush in a variety of topics offering something for everyone from garden hobbyist to experienced landscape architect. In the end, we'll have a canvas filled with colors and perspectives to consider and put in practice.
Proceeds from the event support our horticulture department's Bloom Program.
The Wildflower Association of Michigan (WAM) Presents
THE 31st ANNUAL MICHIGAN WILDFLOWER CONFERENCE
Growing in a Post-Wild World
The Annual Michigan Wildflower Conference presents local, regional and national speakers who are experts in their fields. Topics include native plants, invasive controls, environmental concerns, forestry, landscape design, wildlife and much more. There will be general and concurrent sessions both days.