Sunday, August 14, 2016

Ohio Sustainable Landscapes Symposium: August 27

Mark your calendars for Saturday, August 27. That's the date of the 5th annual Ohio Sustainable Landscapes Symposium, hosted by Dawes Arboretum. The sprawling arboretum, located near Newark in Licking County, is a beautiful place to visit at any season and is the venue for the symposium.

Keynote speaker is John Watts, resource manager for Franklin County Metro Parks. John has been a driving force behind much of the park district's large-scale wetland and prairie restoration. Following the speakers, field trips will visit various habitats within the arboretum. It's sure to be an interesting and educational event.

For complete details and registration information, GO HERE.

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