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FRIDAY

David Weinstein

William Hart

Thomas Rainer

Paul Curtis

Larry Weaner

2018

SPEAKERS

SATURDAY

Marie Read

Larry Weaner

Mark Whitmore

Emily DeBolt

Dan Segal

PRESENTER SPOTLIGHT

THOMAS RAINER

RLA, Principal, Phyto Studio

 

 

 

 

 

"Planting in a Post-Wild World​"

Friday at 11am

"Re-imagining the American Landscape"

Friday at 1:30pm

LARRY WEANER

Founder & Principal,

Larry Weaner Associates

"Natural Landscape Design For the Real World"

Friday at 3:45pm

"Finding your Niche:  Establishing an Ecological Focus for your Firm or Organization"

Saturday at 10:35am

MORE SPEAKERS

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Mark Whitmore
Forest Entomologist, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University

Saturday, March 2, 11:40 to 12:40pm
Forest/Tree Health and Insect Update
David Weinstein
Forest Ecologist, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University

Friday, March 2, 8:45 to 9:45am
Native Plant Responses to Climate Change in Cornell’s Mundy Wildflower Garden: Thirty Years of Data!
Emily DeBolt
Owner, Fiddlehead Creek Nursery

1:30 to 2:30pm
Rain Gardens and Shoreline Buffers
William Hart
Associate at Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Urban Management and Placemaking program at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn

Friday, 9:45-10:45am
Growing the New Landscapes of Governors Island, NY
Marie Read
Wildlife photographer and author

Saturday, 9:00 to 10:00am
Beyond Bird Feeders: Back Yard Habitat Havens
Paul Curtis
Professor, Department Extension Leader, and Coordinator of the Wildlife Damage Management Program for Cornell Cooperative Extension, Department of Natural
Resources, Cornell University

Friday, 2:30-3:30pm
Dealing with Resident Canada Geese in NY State
Dan Segal
Owner, The Plantsmen Nursery

Saturday, 2:30-3:30pm
"Native Species and Adaptation in Our Landscapes"
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