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Spring Landscape Conference—Extreme Gardening: Native Plant Designs for Resiliency
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Spring Landscape Conference—Extreme Gardening: Native Plant Designs for Resiliency When: Monday, March 11, 2019, 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m. (Snow date: Friday, March 15) Where: Westchester Community College, Classroom Building, Room C200 Enter Grasslands East Gate, Park in Lot #4

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When: Monday, March 11, 2019
Where: Westchester Community College
Valhalla, New York 
United States
Contact: Carol Capobianco

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Gardeners and landscape professionals are continually faced with radical conditions—both climate- and site-related—in their quest to create beautiful, sustainable environments. Severe storms, wet areas and dry areas, steep slopes and rocky terrain, urbanization. Such challenges can exasperate even the most skilled expert. Discover native plant design solutions for difficult situations. Learn techniques and best practices for adapting to extreme circumstances while restoring balance to natural systems.

Speakers and presentation titles:

Alexander J. Felson, PhD, Creating Resilient Urban Landscapes
Deanna F. Curtis, Storm Readiness: Managing Trees
Krissy Boys, Designing for Streambanks and Slopes
Jeffrey Longhenry, Narratives of Ecology and Culture

For details and online registration, click here. For further information or inquiries contact The Native Plant Center, 914-606-7870;

Credits for LA-CES and ISA professionals pending.