Sustainable Design for Beauty, Biodiversity, and Habitat
The richness of life in any landscape is linked to the richness of its layers, and this is true for both people and wildlife. Seeking information for a more naturalistic and ecological approach to gardening using habitat and sustainability as criteria for both design and plant selection, the Northwest Horticultural Society, with support from the Pendleton and Elisabeth Carey Miller Charitable Foundation and the Elisabeth Carey Miller Botanical Garden, is pleased to present our 2016 Spring Gardening Symposium.
Members $85, Non-members $105, fee includes lunch
Discount Price if paid by Feb. 19, 2016 Members $75, Non-members $95
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