Master Gardener Education Day 2018
March 17, 2018

Location: Classics V Banquet Center
2425 Niagara Falls Blvd, Amherst, NY 14228
(716)691-6000

Time: 8:30am – 3:00pm

Cost: General public $55; PLANT WNY members & CNLPs are $45 per person - Hot buffet lunch included

Advanced registration for the program is required.  Tickets for the public will go on sale 1/19 until sold out. Tickets can be purchased by calling CCE at 652-5400, ext.:177 or on line at: erie.cce.cornell.edu/gardening

 CNLP Credits are available

 
Bringing Nature Home - Speaker: Doug Tallamy

Dr. Tallamy will discuss the important ecological roles of the plants in our landscapes, emphasize the ecological, educational, physical, and emotional benefits of designing landscapes with these roles in mind, and explore the consequences of failing to do so.

1.5 CNLP credits

 

Creating Living Landscapes - Speaker: Doug Tallamy

Once you have decided to share your property with other species, how do you go about doing that? Can we bring life into urban areas? How do you reconstruct complex food webs in your yard? How can we get more plants into your landscape without it looking wild and messy? Will living landscapes be more prone to insect damage and vermin? Are they higher maintenance? Tallamy will answer these questions and more to help you make your yard a fascinating part of nature.

1.5 CNLP credits


What Would Doug Do (in your yard)? -
Speaker: Sally Cunningham

We have been inspired and convinced by Dr. Doug Tallamy to "bring nature home". But in your own WNY yard, wherever you're starting from, what can you do? Which projects and changes come first? What plants should you remove and add--and where can you get them? Sally Cunningham (CNLP, author, garden expert) will address the practical concerns and Buffalo area realities of our ecologically meaningful goals.

1.5 CNLP credits