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The Horticulture Specialty Serves the following Association Communities

Horticulture, Greenhouses and FacilitiesSustainability Working Group | Historic LandscapesDesign & Planning

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Association Events 
External Opportunities to Learn 
14
Nov
2019

The Plant Pollinator Partnership

As native bees struggle alongside European honey bees for survival, their reduced numbers put...
19
Nov
2019

Health Benefits of City Trees: Research Evidence & Economic Values

An ever-growing, international body of research points to many human health and wellness benefits...
21
Nov
2019

Three Rivers Urban Soils Symposium

Join nationally acclaimed experts, professionals and community practicioners for an exploration of...
03
Dec
2019

Bell’s Woodland – Creating a Native Garden from Disturbed Woodland at Chanticleer

Developing a native woodland garden, in suburban areas, comes with specific challenges such as soil...
04
Dec
2019

Trees Matter Presents: Green Cities Summit

Montgomery Parks and Casey Trees, Washington D.C., present the eighth annual conference — Trees...
06
Dec
2019

The Ecological Plant Conference

Brooklyn Botanic Garden is host to the Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA) fourth annual Ecological...
11
Dec
2019

Scaling-Up Your Urban Wood Opportunities: A Role for Everyone

We are at a tipping point in local markets for urban-sourced wood all over the world.  In most...
09
Jan
2020

2020 New Directions in the American Landscape Annual Symposium

Culture and ecology exist in a dynamic relationship: culture shapes ecology and vice versa.  Our...
14
Jan
2020

Soil Assessment for Urban Trees

Save the date! More details for this webinar will be posted one month before. Presenter:  Dr....
17
Jan
2020

NOFA-NY’s 38th Annual Winter Conference

NOFA-NY’s 38th Annual Winter Conference is an unparalleled opportunity to connect with...
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11/12/19
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