NANPS will have an information booth at the fourth annual Urban Ravine Symposium. The symposium is a full day of ravine exploration, learning and fun. NEW this year is a second day of plant-focused programming – the Urban Tree Workshop happening the very next day. Register for both events and save!
Through tours, talks, displays and networking, this event will contribute greatly to the growing enthusiasm and expertise for urban ravine restoration. Check-out the exciting presentation line-up – a little science, a little art, and a whole lot of inspiration! Price includes all presentations, lunch and coffee breaks.
Early bird registration prices in effect until September 20. Prices include coffee breaks and lunch.
The NANPS AGM & Social is fast approaching, and will be Saturday October 26th. Once again we will be at the lovely Toronto Botanical Garden, in Toronto Ontario. We hope you can join us for a half day of NANPS updates, speakers, awards, refreshments and time spent with fellow native plant enthusiasts.
We have a fantastic line up of presenters to share with you! Our keynote speaker is Brenna Anslett of LEAF (Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests) who will present on LEAF’s work on promoting the importance of the urban forest and helping people plant native trees and shrubs. We will also hear from In the Zone , a World Wildlife Fund program that provides tools to gardeners in the Carolinian zone to help them create habitat for wildlife in their own yards.
This is a free event, however we ask that you register so we can plan for refreshments! Reserve your spot here.