[CT Birds] Fwd: Horticulture Symposium... wildlife_bird related
lcwahle at aol.com
lcwahle at aol.com
Mon Mar 29 12:34:15 EDT 2010
FYI, For those in the Fairfield area, see http://sasqua.org/ and below. Doug Tallamy, Professor of Ecology U Delaware, is an excellent speaker, who makes a compelling case for planting native species to promote native insects, birds and wildlife.
Lisa Wahle, Chester
From: Ellis, Donna <donna.ellis at uconn.edu>
To: CIPWG-L at LISTSERV.UCONN.EDU
Sent: Mon, Feb 8, 2010 9:15 am
Subject: FW: Horticulture Symposium
[Forwarded by Donna Ellis,Co-Chair, Connecticut Invasive Plant Working Group (CIPWG)]
From: Nancy Edmiston [mailto:sasqua.hort.sympos at snet.net]
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2010 8:34 PM
To: Bartlett Arboretum; Bill Overton; Branford Community Gardens; Carol Lemmon; Wagner, David; CT NOFA; Ct Horticultural Society; Diana Ringelheim; Ellis, Donna; Earth Place; Erin Wirpsa Eisenberg; Kathy Dame; Lauren Brown; Alexander, Leslie; Mastergardener Program; New Haven Land Trust; Suzanne Simone; The Nature Conservancy; Variegated Foliage; Westport Green Village Initiative; Yale Sustainable Food Project
Subject: Horticulture Symposium
On behalf of The Sasqua Garden Club, I would like to invite you to our exciting spring symposium:
GO NATIVE - How you can impact the environment simply by using native plants.
We have two renowned speakers who will inform and entertain us:
- Doug Tallamy, Author & Chair of Entomology & Wildlife Ecology,
University of Delaware
- William Cullina, Author & Curator,
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
I have enclosed an invitation with more information about the April 10th event and how you can get tickets. We would appreciate your circulating the flyer as widely as possible to your member/client base. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
We hope you can join us for this very important and interesting day.
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