The Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council will host the 10th Turning A New Leaf sustainable landscaping conference at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in Stevensville, MD, on Thursday, December 7. Participants may also join a welcome dinner on December 6, and one of the post conference field days on December 8. The conference theme is “Growing Resilient Landscapes and Communities.”
Conference highlights: presentations by Black horticulture historian, Abra Lee, and pollinator conservationist, Heather Holm . Concurrent sessions in three tracks: Resilient Landscapes, Resilient Communities, Resilient Plants and Soils will include a wide range of topics from plant selection and landscape design through a cultural heritage lens, to urban forestry and carbon capture in grasslands. Enjoy a lovely view of the Bay, network with sponsors, and catch up with colleagues, all while learning about great work happening across the watershed.
CEUs will be available for CBLPs, landscape architects, arborists, landscape designers, horticulturists, and more.
Register before October 22 and save $20.