NATIVE PLANTS IN THE LANDSCAPE - presents - Millersville Native Plant Conference

 
NEXT SLIDES
NATIVE PLANTS IN THE LANDSCAPE - presents - Millersville Native Plant Conference
presents

NATIVE PL AN T S
IN THE LANDSCAPE
   CONFERENCE
              J U N E 6 - 9, 2018
      M I L L ER S V I L L E U N I V ER SI T Y
             M I L L ER S V I L L E, PA
 M I L L ER S V I L L EN AT I V EP L A N T S.O RG

                                       Narrow-leaf mountain mint
                                      (Pycnanthemum tenuifolium)
NATIVE PLANTS IN THE LANDSCAPE - presents - Millersville Native Plant Conference
Register Online! www.MillersvilleNativePlants.org
2018 Conference Schedule                                                         Thursday, June 7, 2018
Note: Talk descriptions and speaker bios can be found online at                  7 - 8:30 am		 Breakfast
http://www.millersvillenativeplants.org.                                         			Gordinier Hall - included with conf. registration

                                                                                 8 - 9:30 am		 Registration and Plant Sale Open
Wednesday, June 6, 2018                                                          			Marauder Court Lobby - NEW location!
11:30 am - 9:30 pm           Registration                                        9:30 - 9:45 am		    Opening Remarks
			                          Marauder Court Lobby - NEW location!
                                                                                 9:45 - 10:45 am Full Audience
12 - 5 pm			 Field Trip                                                          			Web of Life
			Natural Rock Garden                                                           			Stan Kollar
			Tim Draude
			$60 per person                                                                10:50 - 11:50 am		 Full Audience
                                                                                 			Native Vines are Climbing Everywhere
1:45 - 2:45 pm		 Workshop                                                        			Jim McCormac
			Hypertufa Leaf Sculpture
			Candi Duda                                                                    12 - 1 pm			 Lunch
			$40 per person (limit 20)                                                     			Gordinier Hall - included with conf. registration
			              fee includes all supplies
                                                                                 1:15 - 2:15 pm		 Concurrent Sessions A
3 - 4:30 pm		 Workshop                                                           			A1. Assessing the Real and Perceived
			Wild Edible Plants of Pennsylvania                                            			              Environmental Impacts of Genetically
			Debbie Naha                                                                   			Modified Organisms (GMOs)
			$30 per person (limit 25)                                                     			Dan Duran

7 - 9:30 pm		 Plant Sale and Social                                              			A2. I’m Feeling a Little Quirk-Us:
			Marauder Court                                                                			 Uncommon Oaks of the Eastern US
                                                                                 			Mike Berkley
Plant Sale and Trade Show                                                        			A3. Invasive Plants and You:
Our popular plant sale, book sale, and trade show area featuring native plants   			 Can the Battle be Won?
and information is open at selected times during the conference. Millersville    			Tim Abbey
University will have a selection of books related to the conference available
for sale, including recent books written by many of the conference speakers.     			A4. The Self-Perpetuating Landscape:
                                                                                 			 Setting a Process in Motion
Hours open to conference attendees                                               			Larry Weaner
        Wednesday, June 6, 2018    7 - 9:30 pm
        Thursday, June 7, 2018     8 - 9:30 am                                   			A5. Propagating Native Plants at Home
				6 - 9:30 pm                                                                  			Mike Van Clef
        Friday, June 8, 2018		     8 - 9:30 am                                   			This hands-on workshop will run from
                                                                                 			 1:15 - 3:30 pm (limit 30)
Hours open to the public
        Friday, June 8, 2018		          6 - 9:30 pm                              2:30 - 3:30 pm		 Concurrent Sessions B
        Saturday, June 9, 2018          8 am - 12 pm                             			B1. Undertaking the Know
                                                                                 			Maintenance Approach
Poster Session                                                                   			Roy Diblik
Posters will be accepted on topics related to native plants, invasive plants,    			B2. Woodland Wonders from the Wild
interactions between native plants and animals, landscaping with native          			Deuxime Partie
plants, ecological landscape design, restoration projects, sustainable           			Barry Glick
gardening, propagation of natives, conservation, and more. Submit abstracts
to Carol Mapes at mapes@kutztown.edu by Thursday, May 24, 2018. Each             			B3. All About Ruby-throated
submission should consist of a title, author(s), contact information, and an     			 Hummingbirds and How to
abstract (maximum of 250 words). If selected, poster presenters receive          			Attract Them
complimentary conference registration. Housing and workshops/field trips are     			Pat Sutton
not included.
                                                                                 			B4. Invasion! Invasive Insect Species:
Working Scholarship Info                                                         			 Can the Battle be Won? Part II
Working scholarships are available for the 2018 Native Plants in the             			Tim Abbey
Landscape Conference. To apply, please send:                                     3:45 - 4:45 pm		 Full Audience
•   cover page that includes name, address, telephone, email, current work       			Sky’s the Limit: Native Plants on
    (volunteer or paid), and two references                                      			Green Roofs
•   short essay detailing how this industry and this symposium will be of        			Mike Berkley
    value to you (not to exceed one (1) page)
                                                                                 5 - 6:15 pm		 Dinner
Submit the above information by May 1, 2018, to Wendy Brister at                 			Gordinier Hall - included with conf. registration
brister@bhwp.org with “NPILC Working Scholarships” in the subject line.
                                                                                 6 - 9:30 pm		 Plant Sale and Social
                  For general conference questions                               			with music by Coup de Bop of Baltimore
    call 717-690-0634 or email nativeplantconference@gmail.com                   			Marauder Court
Friday, June 8, 2018                                             Saturday, June 9, 2018
7 - 8:30 am		 Breakfast                                          7 - 8:30 am		 Breakfast
			Gordinier Hall - included with conf. registration             			Gordinier Hall
8 - 9:30 am             Registration and Plant Sale Open         			$5 a la carte
			                     Marauder Court Lobby - NEW location!     8 am - 12 pm		 Plant Sale
9:30 - 9:45 am		        Opening Remarks                          			Marauder Court - Open to the public

9:45 - 10:45 am Full Audience                                    9 - 10 am			 Full Audience
			Native Plant Design on a                                      			Native Wild Edibles
			Residential Scale                                             			Debbie Naha
			Larry Weaner                                                  			Open to the public

10:50 - 11:50 am		 Full Audience                                 10:15 - 11:15 am		 Full Audience
			When Local Matters                                            			Butterflies and Moths as Pollinators
			Amy Highland                                                  			Deb Carman
                                                                 			Open to the public
12 - 1 pm 		Lunch
			Gordinier Hall - included with conf. registration
                                                                 A Special Invitation for
1:15 - 2:15 pm		 Concurrent Sessions C
			C1. The Invasive Spotted Lanternfly:
                                                                 Millersville Conference Attendees
                                                                 •    On Saturday, June 9, 2018, from 10 am to 4 pm, Mt. Cuba Center will
			              How has it affected Pennsylvania and
                                                                      offer complimentary admission for conference attendees. Simply present
			              how can we slow the spread?
                                                                      your conference registration upon arrival. Directions are available at
			Emelie Swackhamer
                                                                      www.mtcubacenter.org/directions/.
			C2. A New Coastal Plain Garden is                             •    On Saturday and Sunday, June 9 and 10, 2018, Bowman’s Hill
			Coming to Delmarva                                                 Wildflower Preserve will offer complimentary admission for conference
			Gregg Tepper and Ruth Rogers Clausen                               attendees. Simply present your conference registration upon arrival.
                                                                      Directions are available at www.bhwp.org/directions.htm. Explore the
			C3. Sedges - The Carex                                             gardens on your own or join our Naturalist Guided Walk at 2pm. No
			Roy Diblik                                                         reservations required.
                                                                 •    On Saturday & Sunday June 9 and 10, from 10am to 5pm, Chanticleer
			C4. How to Create a No-Fuss
                                                                      will offer complimentary admission for conference attendees. Please
			Wildlife Pond
                                                                      present your conference registration at the front desk. Directions and
			Pat Sutton
                                                                      garden information can be found at www.chanticleergarden.org
2:30 - 3:30 pm Concurrent Sessions D
			D1. Developing Effective and Efficient                        Conference Mission
			            Stewardship Plans for Natural Areas               The purpose of this conference is:
			Mike Van Clef                                                 •    to increase the knowledge, propagation, cultivation and use of native
                                                                      plants in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions
			D2. Grass, Grass, Kiss My .....                               •    to promote methods of land management and design that respect
			 The ‘Other’ Native Grasses                                        “sense of place” by preserving and restoring native species and
			Mike Berkely                                                       natural processes
                                                                 •    to engender an appreciation of regionally appropriate landscapes that
			D3. Flatbush Gardener:
                                                                      are harmonious for people and nature
			 Urban Gardening with Native Plants
                                                                 While the subject of the conference pertains to native plant communities,
			Chris Kreussling, Flatbush Gardener
                                                                 the spirit of the conference is to build human communities among a broad
			D4. Panel - Building a Relationship                           range of participants by designing a conference affordable to all, encouraging
			with your Nursery                                             formal and informal exchanges of information, and providing opportunities
			James Brown, Jim MacKenzie & Sue Tantsits                     for social interaction.

3:45 - 4:45 pm		 Full Audience                                   2018 NPILC Steering Committee
			Native Berries for Migratory Birds                            Miles Arnott, Executive Director (Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve)
			Susan Smith Pagano                                            Wendy Brister, NPILC Conference Coordinator, Vendor Co-Coordinator
                                                                 and Scholarship Coordinator (BHWP)
5 - 6:15 pm		 Dinner
                                                                 Jessica Federman (BHWP)
			Gordinier Hall - included with conf. registration
                                                                 Bill Hofmann, Vendor Co-Coordinator (Keystone Wildflowers)
                                                                 Kelly Joslin, CEU’s (BHWP)
6 - 9:30 pm		 Plant Sale
                                                                 Carol Mapes, Poster Session Coordinator (Kutztown University)
			Marauder Court - Open to the public
                                                                 Stacey Nash (Parkland Nurseries)
                                                                 Angela Palmer (Plants Nouveau)
7 - 8 pm			 Full Audience
                                                                 Kathy Salisbury (Temple University Ambler)
			Perennial Gardening:
                                                                 Sandy Ullrich, NPILC Conference Administrator (BHWP)
			         The Know Maintenance Approach
                                                                 Kellie Westervelt (BHWP)
			Roy Diblik
                                                                 Daniel White
			Open to the public
			         included with conf. registration or $15 a la carte
Native Plants in the Landscape Conference
Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve
PO Box 685
New Hope, PA 18938

    Inspirational Field Trips
     Educational Workshops
  Engaging Topics of Concern
    Native Plant & Book Sale

             Questions?
           717-690-0634 or
  nativeplantconference@gmail.com

About Registration
Your online registration using a credit card is preferred.

If you choose not to register online, your registration by check or credit card may be mailed to Native Plants in the Landscape Conference, PO Box 685, New
Hope, PA 18938. If you pay by check, please make checks payable to “BOWMAN’S HILL WILDFLOWER PRESERVE”. Registrations will be confirmed by
e-mail (or mail if no e-mail address is provided). If the conference is full, all payments will be refunded in total. Registraton forms can be printed from our
website - http://www.millersvillenativeplants.org/pricing-and-housing/.

          Requests for cancellations must be made online or in writing by close of business on May 23, 2018; a $25 processing fee will be retained.
                                              Cancellations received after May 23, 2018 will not be refunded.

The conference is designed for adults. Casual attire is encouraged for both participants and speakers.

Millersville on-campus housing is air-conditioned. Persons who prefer hotel accomodations should make their own lodging reservations. MainStay Suites is
nearby, 314 Primrose Lane, Mountville, PA 17554 and 717-285-2500.

Registration and most sessions are held in the Student Memorial Center (SMC) on the Millersville University Campus. You will receive a marked map with
your registration confirmation.

Directions to Millersville University’s campus may be found at
www.millersville.edu/directions/. For general conference info, please call 717-690-0634 or email nativeplantconference@gmail.com.

CEU’s have been submitted for approval to the following agencies:
- LACES		         - PA Pesticide Credits
- PCH (PLNA)      - APLD
Millersville University is an Affirmative Action/EqualOpportunity Institution.

               2018 Conference Sponsor                                      2018 Conference Partner                     2018 Conference Partner
You can also read
NEXT SLIDES ... Cancel