Date(s) - Sun Mar 7, 2021 - Mon Mar 8, 2021
The Wildflower Association of Michigan is holding its 34th annual conference online this year, Sunday and Monday, March 7-8. It promises to be great. Check out the featured speakers:
Neil Diboll will speak on “Genetic Diversity and Plant Preservation.” The owner of Prairie Nursery, he’s a pioneer in the native plant movement and helped launch the Wild Ones Keweenaw chapter with his talk at the 2018 Native Plant Symposium. He’s an expert on native plant ecology and an exceptionally engaging speaker.
Heather Holm will speak on “Restoring Ecosystem Functionality and Biodiversity.” A scientist and author of four books, including the award-winning Bees: An Identification and Native Plant Forage Guide, she informs and educates audiences nationwide about the fascinating world of native pollinators and beneficial insects, and the native plant communities that support them.
Plus, 12 breakout sessions on a variety of interesting topics are scheduled. Registration is $50, $40 for WAM members.