Ecosystem Modeling: Using Natural Plant Communities as Models for Landscape Design
Date: July 18, 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Location: Quarry Gardens at Schuyler, Salem Road, Schuyler, VA, USA
This class covers site assessment, research, and the creation of species lists and installation plans for native assemblages of plants. Workshop includes on-site walk to natural reference habitats and native plant installations. Participants will also work in small groups on conceptual practices.
LEAD INSTRUCTOR is Devin Floyd, Center for Urban Habitats, with David Hirschman of Hirschman Water and Environment LLC.
SPONSORED by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) Habitat Partners© Program. DGIF is an organizational member of CCLC and a Consortium Partner of CBLP. By attending these workshops, participants will understand how design choices can support greater habitat value for wildlife and biodiversity through the use of appropriately selected native plants.
Fee is $100 and includes lunch.
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