AND CVNLA SHORT COURSE
Building Plant Diversity Builds Resilient Landscapes
Over the past 15 years, a growing body of scientific research has enabled proponents of diverse plant selections and plant communities to re-think the urban landscape in terms of true sustainability. Ongoing research has shaped the work of cutting-edge landscape professionals in creating plant communities, outlining the value of native plants, and rethinking our concepts of “garden,” “landscape,” and even “city.”
In an era of disappearing habitat and climate change, we know that we ignore to our peril the relationships between plants, insects, animals and of life on our planet.
Join us virtually as we explore the burgeoning opportunities to make solid connections to ways to expand our understanding of connectivity. This is an online webinar conducted via Zoom. Zoom links will be emailed to registered participants a few days prior to the event.
RECORDINGS: All confirmed speakers have agreed to be recorded and recording links will be emailed to registered participants within 1 week after the live event.
Presented by Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Central Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association, and Virginia Cooperative Extension
Continuing education hours are offered for each day. Net proceeds from the event help build CVNLA’s scholarship fund for students pursuing horticultural careers. Looking for Pesticide Recertification? View details and link to registration for Pesticide Recertification Day.
* Please note: VNLA and CVNLA members may self-report contact hours on the appropriate forms.
Fees: $55 Wednesday Ticket, $55 Thursday Ticket, $100 Wednesday/Thursday Combo Ticket