Natural Landscape Seminar 2019

The Wildflower Propagation and Preservation Committee

February 16, 2019

“Teaming with Nature”

featuring:

“The Overlooked Splendor of Ants: Restoration Ecology and Ant Biology”

Sean Menke
PhD Associate Professor of Biology, Lake Forest College

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“The Know Maintenance Perennial Garden”

Roy Diblik
Plant Expert, Landscape Designer, Speaker, Author

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“Illinois Wildflowers for the Home Garden”

Chris Benda
Botanist, Naturalist, Photographer, Author, Teacher

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“Monarchs: Dwindling Numbers for an Iconic Insect”
A conservation biologist ponders moving beyond the documentation of declines.

Karen S. Oberhauser, PhD
Director, Arboretum; Professor, Dept of Entomology UW-Madison

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Check out the post seminar information on our Resources page.

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