WAREHAM, Mass. — Annie White, from the UVM Dept. of Plant and Soil Science, will present Designing Pollinator Friendly Landscapes at the UMass Spring Kickoff for Landscapers: Sustainable Landscapes Management Day March 30, 2017.
Pollinator-friendly landscaping is a trend in the industry. Annie will discuss some of the top perennial picks for pollinators, creative and effective ways to use these plants in the landscape to help support a diversity of pollinators
Spring Kickoff for Landscapers
Sustainable Landscapes Management
March 30, 2017 • 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: TownePlace Suites, 50 Rosebrook Place, Wareham, MA
Sustainable landscapes are not only environmentally sound but they can also be functional, maintainable and aesthetically pleasing. Come join us to learn ways to make your landscapes greener and more sustainable.
Cost: $100/person, $90 for 3 or more from the same company. Lunch included in the registration fee (please contact us if dietary restrictions will limit your lunch options).
- Designing Pollinator Friendly Landscapes
- Including Native Shrubs in the Landscape
- Management of Common Diseases of Perennials in the Landscape
- Managing Insect Pests of Trees and Shrubs Sustainably
- Management of Invasive Plants in the Landscape
See the full agenda at ag.umass.edu/events/spring-
Credits: Three pesticide contact hours for categories 29, 36, and Applicators License. Association credits: 2 ISA, 2 MCA, 2 MCLP, and 1 MCH.
To register: go to ag.umass.edu/landscape/
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