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AUGUST 13th: Urban Roots: NATIVE PLANTS 101: A POLLINATOR WORKSHOP WITH AMY HEILMAN & REBECCA MARQUARDT

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

Discuss the benefits of native plants for pollinators, including bees and butterflies. Pollinators are crucial for the life and health of your veggie plants! Includes hands-on component in which atten…

AUGUST 2nd: Insectary Plants Field Day at Michigan State University

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

MSU entomologists have been testing Michigan native and other plants for valuable pest control and pollination services to farms and gardens and want to share their results with you at the Supporting …

AUGUST 2nd: Insectary Plants Field Day at Michigan State University

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

MSU entomologists have been testing Michigan native and other plants for valuable pest control and pollination services to farms and gardens and want to share their results with you at the Supporting …

2018 Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting, 5–10 August, New Orleans, Louisiana

by Eileen Flynn // Student

ESA meetings, open to ESA members and those interested in ecology, are among the most respected meetings of ecologists in the scientific community. ESA values the diversity of views, expertise, opinio…

Filed under: Events

Keywords: New Orleans,Ecology,Lousianna

0 replies | 506 views | Posted on: 06/04/2018 | Last updated: 06/04/2018

FREE Webinar: Livable Public Play Spaces that Integrate Natural Systems, September 15, 12 pm EDT

by samanthaklein // Intern

“Play space” in US cities too often conjures an image of landscapes consisting of sterile, mono-dimensional playsets designed to entertain infant and small children. Too often, parks in th

Filed under: Urban Planning

Keywords: Healthy Building,Urban Planning,Recycling,Ecology,Parks

0 replies | 409 views | Posted on: 08/25/2020 | Last updated: 08/25/2020