Brought to you by the Davidson Garden Club, this year’s symposium features:
THOMAS WOLTZ – Designing the Productive Landscape: Balancing Ecology, Culture and Agriculture
CLAUDIA WEST – Wild and Neat: Bridging the Gap between Great Design and Ecology
TRADD COTTER – Fungal Solutions to Common Garden Problems: Techniques for Harmonizing the Biology of the Landscape
BRIE ARTHUR – The Foodscape Revolution
Join us for a day of inspiring presentations by speakers leading the charge in innovative ideas for healthy habitats, sustainability, and preserving our ecology. Thinking outside the box and bringing the wild into our gardens, they will show us how we can integrate beauty and environmental responsibility. Learn how these speakers use unconventional practices and techniques to improve present day gardening. Their groundbreaking ideas will help us to be good stewards of our own habitats.
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
at Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina.
Registration opens January 3, 2019.