Saturday, March 26, 2022
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
NATIVE PLANTS: FORCES FOR CONSERVATION AND COMMUNITY
35th Annual Lahr Symposium
Daylong Virtual Symposium
The 35th Annual Lahr Symposium brings together subject matter experts on ecological, botanical, and horticultural advancements in a daylong program.
Join us at this online event hosted by Arboretum staff. This year’s program will highlight the role of public gardens in native plant awareness and explore research on the ways that woodland wildlife impact dispersal and evolution of oak species. We will also learn about the EcoType Project, a model collaboration between botanists, organic farmers, and nursery growers, that has begun to improve the seed supply chain for ecotypic plant material. Concurrent sessions will feature presentations on native herbs, using local species in garden design, and an overview of restoration efforts on Kingman Island.
Registrants will attend the plenary session and a concurrent session of their choice. Four sessions in total.
Registration required. $75 (FONA Members $55).
Please note, these sessions will not be recorded or otherwise available after the symposium! Be sure to join us live to participate.
The full program for 2022’s symposium is available here.
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