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Mid-Missouri Branch: Use of Native Plants in Landscaping

  • 18 Mar 2013
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Unitarian Universalist Church, 2615 Shepard Blvd, Columbia Mo 65201

Registration

  • Member of Mid-Missouri AIA chapter
  • Non-members are welcome. USGBC Gateway members will be eligible for continuing education credit.
  • USGBC Chapter and AIA members are eligible for Continuing Education credits.

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Join us on March 18 
Simon Barker will speak on "Use of Native Plants in Landscaping" 

 

 

Simon Barker of Native Landscape Solutions will be coming from St. Louis to discuss the use of native plants in landscaping.   Participants will discover how to successfully integrate natives into any livable landscape and examine why we should use natives in landscaping.    The talk will conclude with a short discussion of plant selection and suggestions on how to use native plantings, to help participants identify and recognize native plants.  

  

 

Jointly presented by USGBC-MGC Mid-Missouri Branch and Mid-Missouri AIA

 

WHERE:  

 

2615 Shepard Blvd., 

Columbia, MO 65201 

Directions 

 

WHEN:  

Monday, March 18

6:30 - Plant walk in a native prairie behind the Church

7:00 Presentation 

 

FEE: 

Free to USGBC-MGC and AIA members

$10 suggested donation for non-members


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