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32nd Annual Michigan Wildflower Conference / MSU campus

Name of Event: 32nd Annual Michigan Wildflower Conference / MSU campus

Sponsoring Organization: Wildflower Association of Michigan

Date: March 10 and 11

Start Time: Sunday, March 10, 2019 8:00 and Monday, March 11, 2019 8:00

End Time: Sunday, March 10, 2019 3:45 and Monday, March 11, 2019 3:45

Location : Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, campus of MSU

Description of the Event: Presenters include; 

Doug Tallamy, Making Insects: A Guide to Restoring the Little Things that Run the World and Are Alien Plants Bad?

David Burke, Getting by with a little help from our friends: Soil microbes and their important role in plant conservation.

Maecy & Jason Zarate, Emma & Anna Thelander, Milkweed Mile: Working to Conserve Monarch Butterfly Habitats, One Mile at a Time

Matt Demmon, Can We Create Functional Plant Communities in the Urban/Disturbed Landscape?

Brett Fessell, The Boardman-Ottaway River Restoration Project: Integrating Tribal Perspectives from Technical to Traditional Values in Guiding Ecological Recovery.

Brenda Dziedzic, Creating Habitat for Butterflies and Moths

Tony Reznicek, The Hidden Riches of Michigan's Sedges

Craig Limpach, Restoration Agriculture: Restoring Native Plant Communities for Food, Biodiversity, Carbon Sequestration and Soil Renewal

Andrea Mathies & Jim Odell, Stiltgrass: New to Michigan and Moving Fast. How to Find it and Stop It.

Trevor Edmonds, The Pollinator Project: Gaining Ground on the Saginaw Landscape

Susan Kelsey, Landscaping for Wildlife Habitats at Work or Home

Yu Man Lee, Conserving Vernal Pools: the Coral Reefs of Michigan's Forests

Stephen Keto, Propagating Native Plants [Or Just About Any Plant]

Education Credit Hours: Educational credits are available

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