The “Sustainable Landscapes Field Day at the US National Arboretum in Washington, DC was held April 23 by CCLC and was co-promoted by the Arboretum and the Potomac Chapter of ASLA. The Field Day included three different topics: the use of grasses in landscape design, stream restoration, and native plant species.
We have photos up from the Turning A New Leaf Conference! Check them out: https://t.co/qZyZY7cF3i #NewLeafConf pic.twitter.com/5jPBmqFeD9 — CCLC (@ChesapeakeCLC) November 23, 2015
"Plants play different roles in communities, just as people do." Claudia West, #newleafconf @MDSeaGrant @CleanWaterMD — Jen Dindinger (@lefthandjen) November 13, 2015 Eric won a rain garden!!! @MDSeaGrant @lefthandjen ChesapeakeCLC #newleafconf pic.twitter.com/KHHgoqjjby — CleanwaterMD (@CleanWaterMD) November 13, 2015 "We need to flip flop the paradigm of landscaping", says Doug Tallamy in #hometownhabitat at #newleafconf pic.twitter.com/dySqkFHHie…
We had a great conference last week! Thx to the sponsors, speakers & participants who made it possible #newleafconf pic.twitter.com/bCOdfuUi5Y — CCLC (@ChesapeakeCLC) November 16, 2015