|Wild Ones 2002 National Conference|
"LOW-MAINTENANCE LANDSCAPING WITH NATIVE PLANTS"
WILD ONES 2002 NATIONAL CONFERENCE
For home gardeners and landscapers of corporate and public places
July 11-14, 2002
•Learn to use native plants to promote biodiversity and environmentally sound gardening practices
•Discover that native landscapes are low-maintenance, require neither watering nor toxic chemicals, and provide valuable habitats for endangered wildlife
Sponsored by the Columbus Chapter, Wild Ones
Columbus Audubon Society
Sierra Club-Central Ohio Group
The Ohio State University Chadwick Arboretum Volunteers
Applied Ecological Services
Andy Wasowski, "The Landscaping Revolution"
Hear an informative and humorous presentation by a self-described botanical missionary. Mr. Wasowski’s work has appeared in Fine Gardening, The American Gardener, Audubon, Sunset, Sierra, Life magazines and Time-Life books; he has also presented on-air commentaries for National Public Radio’s "The Cultivated Gardener" and "Living on Earth."
On-site information: Clyde Dilley (firstname.lastname@example.org), Mike Hall (614 939-9273).
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