This year’s Toward Harmony with Nature Conference is focused around the theme The American Garden – A Life or Death Situation. As habitats disappear, American Gardens are evolving to fill the void. From a creation solely for our own enjoyment, our gardens are becoming a biodiverse refuge for native plants, pollinators, birds, butterflies and other animals with which we share the planet. Join us this Saturday, January 27, 2018 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin to learn more about the importance of our native gardens and landscapes.
WALK-INS ARE WELCOME
Pre-registration via mail is over, but walk-ins are welcome at the Oshkosh Convention Center. Plan to join us to hear Keynote speaker Neil Diboll, owner of Prairie Nursery, discuss how native landscapes which require few if any chemical enhancements are the future landscapes of necessity. As joint ventures with nature, our very survival may depend upon these native landscapes.
Besides Neil’s presentation there will be a full range of natural landscaping and native plant topics presented by nine other speakers. You’ll also be able to talk with a roomful of vendors and exhibitors, participate in a silent auction, and purchase the latest in ecologically focused books.
For complete details about the conference, go to Toward Harmony with Nature.
To download a copy of the conference flyer, go to Toward Harmony with Nature Brochure.
To register on-line through January 23, 2018, go to Toward Harmony with Nature Registration.
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