Coming this winter: The Living Landscape Speaker Series

Need inspiration to make it through the winter? Join fellow gardeners and nature enthusiasts for The Living Landscape Speaker Series. All sessions are free via Zoom, but preregistration is required.

January 15th@10AM  Doug Tallamy: Restoring Nature’s Relationships at Home

January 22nd@1PM  Marne Titchenell: Enhancing Your Landscape for Birds and Other Wildlife

January 29th@10AM  Deb Knapke: Eco-Conscious Gardening: From Concept to Design

February 6th 10AM – 11:30AM Rick Darke: Dynamic Design and The Art of Observation

Find detailed program descriptions here.

Register here for the first three sessions. Check back on January 15th for the link to register for our final session with Rick Darke.

The Living Landscape Speaker Series is co-sponsored by OSU Entomology and The Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Garden, in cooperation with the Franklin County Master Gardener Volunteers and the Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Garden Volunteers. Funding is provided in part by the Manitou Fund and NIFA’s IPM Pollinator Health grant.

One thought on “Coming this winter: The Living Landscape Speaker Series

  1. Greatly enjoyed your “one week insect” seminar last year and also the Living Landscape Series this year. Is there any way to get on an email list for notification of future seminars from other universities. Many thanks for the notifications regarding your series. I am part of the University of Idaho Extension Master Gardner Program. All of us have been limited from gathering by the current virus problems, however one good thing has come out of it. Zoom has allowed us to continue connecting with our friends, family and work. If you can help us connect with others with zoom seminars we would greatly appreciate your efforts.
    Barb Matteson, Lewiston Idaho

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