Date(s) - Friday, Sep 26, 2014
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Camp Mission Meadows
The 2014 Western New York Garden & Landscape Symposium will be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26 at Camp Mission Meadows, 5201 East Lake Road, Dewittville.
Keynote speaker Mark Whitmore, forest entomologist at Cornell University, will speak on “Invasive Landscape Pests: What’s Here, What’s Coming & What Can Be Done.” Additional topics include:
- Tree Management: Back to the Basics with Lori Brockelbank (Certified Arborist, Forecon Inc.)
- Working with Natives to Build More Sustainable Landscapes with Ellen Folts (Senior CNLP & Owner of Amanda’s Native Plant Garden)
- Pruning Small Tree Fruits and Berries with Ken Lawton (Turnbull Nursery & Garden Center)
Cost is $85 Early Bird by August 29 and $100 after August 29. Space is limited. Registration is required and will close on Monday, September 22.
Download the registration form as a PDF from Cornell Cooperative Extension, or visit CCE Chautauqua County, 3542 Turner Road, Jamestown. For more information, please contact Betsy Burgeson, Cornell Cooperative Extension, (716) 664-9502 ext. 204, email email@example.com.
Program qualifies for up to 16.5 Professional Continuing Education Credits (CNLP, ISA & SAF).