Ecological Landscape Alliance Hosting Ecological Synergies Workshop
November 20 at Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Penn.
ELA, a nonprofit organization that uses environmentally safe and beneficial landscape practices, is hosting the inaugural Ecological Synergies workshop at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania.
On Friday, November 20, the Ecological Landscape Alliance is hosting an intensive workshop, Ecological Synergies: Understanding Performance-Based, Resilient Landscapes. The workshop will take place at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Penn.
This workshop features four interactive sessions in which participants will consider the ecological role and specific natural requirements of plants in particular landscapes, the part plants can play in remediating contaminated sites, and the role of morphology in determining plant performance.
Sessions include Plant Ecology for Creators presented by Dr. Noel Kingsbury, The Meadow Garden Expansion: An Ecological Review presented by Tom Brightman, Phytoremediation: Pollutant Purging Plants! presented by Kate Kennen, and Plant Morphology: Guide to Predicting Plant Performance presented by Dr. Noel Kingsbury.
Early registration for this inaugural event is through November 1. ELA members can register for $119, and non-members for $139. For more information and to register, visit ecolandscaping.org.
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