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2015 Michigan Wildflower Conference

Sunday, March 8
Landscape Design: Where Art and Nature Meet | Darrel Morrison 
Reading the Landscape, Sense-of-Place Literacy | Dan Keto
Bringing Nature to Your Garden Party – Casual or Formal | Rick Meader
My Really Big Year | Michael Kielb
Soil Health Biology, with Special Reference to Listening to Nature | George W. Bird
WAM Grant Writing Workshop | Maryann Whitman, Jean Weirich, Bill Schneider 
Putting Your Native Garden to Work: Designing for Conservation, Sustainability, and Beauty | Bob Grese 
Michigan Reptiles and Amphibians Up Close | Jim McGrath

Monday, March 9
Landscape Design: The Four-Dimensional Art | Darrel Morrison
Restoring and Protecting Inland Lakes with Natural Shorelines | Julia Kirkwood
All About Rain Gardens | Drew Lathin
The Power of Community | Steve Keto
Landscape Design: Getting Closer to Nature in Artificial Environments | Ken Weikal and Beth Hagenbuch
Botanical Drawing: Seeing What’s Really There | Gail Guth
Easter Lake Michigan Dune Ecology and Restoration | Shaun Howard 
Bringing Natives Home | Cheryl English

To learn more about the Wildflower Association, visit their website by clicking here. 
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Earlier Event: March 7
2015 Smart Gardening Conference
Later Event: March 8
Thornapple Garden Tour