Reforesting Your Neighborhood Learn to create residential wooded ecosystems using the sustainable landscaping principles of woodland gardening January 16th 2016 in Westminster, MD Sara Tangran and Lyle Almond, both UME educators are teaching various sessions. [WORKSHOP] "Reforest Your Neighborhood: Learn woodland gardening" in Westminster, MD https://t.co/fLpV0i77oX pic.twitter.com/ksb0hMwmy8 — CCLC (@ChesapeakeCLC) December 17, 2015 Maryland was…
We agree! Mountain mint is a pollinator favorite, spreads nicely, smells wonderful, and has evergreen basil leaves for some winter ground cover. Posted by Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council on Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Typically landscape designers first determine their overall design direction, and then zoom in to design the details. But in an ecology-based approach, a site’s intricate environmental characteristics can and should influence big picture decisions. This two-day conference will explore crucial aspects of the native design process, beginning at the scale of individual species, and gradually zooming out to include plant community design, ecological master planning, and methods for creating sophisticated ecological designs within the context of current as well as emerging landscape practices.
Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is ‘crashing’ yards to give them a Chesapeake Bay friendly makeover. Very neat.
Come out to Bear Branch Nature Center’s 9th Annual Monarch Madness. The festival will be held on Sunday, September 13 and will celebrate the amazing annual migration of Monarch butterflies to and from Mexico! CCLC will table at the festival, so be sure to stop by and chat!