Date(s) - Monday, Sep 22, 2014
Camp Mission Meadows
Today is the final deadline to register for the 2014 Western New York Garden & Landscape Symposium, to be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, September 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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program qualifies for up to 16.5 Professional Continuing Education Credits (CNLP, ISA & SAF).