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Welcome to the ninth Turning a New Leaf sustainable landscaping conference. In a time that has felt anything but normal we dedicate the 2021 conference to "Planting a New Normal" , with the goal of highlighting collaborations that normalize sustainable practices and ensure diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.

We believe that landscape professionals have a unique opportunity to effect positive change in the Chesapeake Bay region- a task best achieved when we work together. Join us as we work together to create a healthier, and more equitable, watershed. 

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Wednesday, December 8
 

9:00am EST

Welcome, Conference kick off
This is a session description.

Moderators
avatar for Beth Ginter

Beth Ginter

Executive Director, Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council
Beth Ginter is the first executive director of the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, a coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to researching, promoting, and educating professionals and the public about conservation landscaping to protect the Chesapeake Bay... Read More →

Wednesday December 8, 2021 9:00am - 9:20am EST

9:20am EST

Session 1: Meaningful Collaborations in Sustainable Landscaping= Plant Virginia Natives Marketing Initiative Growing in All Directions, , Local Government and Residents, A Social Justice Model for Employees
Panelists will share three different perspectives on how collaborations can strengthen our efforts to improve water quality and habitat in the Bay region and improve working conditions for those in our field: a statewide partnership to promote the use of native plants in Virginia; local government collaboration with residents; and a social justice model for employers.

Moderators
avatar for Kelley Oklesson

Kelley Oklesson

Owner, Groundsmith Collective
Twelve years of experience in the landscape architecture field focused on identifying,  facilitating, designing, and managing an inspiring assortment of sustainable projects. Understands the intersections of public policy, racial inequality, socioeconomics, and  the environment... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Lauren Wheeler

Lauren Wheeler

Principal, Natural Resources Design
Lauren Wheeler is founder and principal designer at Natural Resources Design, Inc. She received her Master’s Degree from Conway School of Landscape Design + Planning. Drawing from her knowledge as an arborist, LEED AP, and Living Building Challenge Ambassador, she has designed award-winning landscapes, from intimate urban gardens to natural play municipal parks... Read More →
avatar for Rod Barnes

Rod Barnes

Town Administrator, Town of Edmonston
Rod Barnes, currently serves as the Town Administrator for Edmonston, Maryland. Edmonston is a small community of 1,545 residents in the Washington DC metro region. Rod holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Benedictine College in Business Administration. He has a Master of Public Administration... Read More →
avatar for Virginia Witmer

Virginia Witmer

Outreach Coordinator, Virginia Coastal Zone Management Program, VA Dept of Environmental Quality
Virginia Witmer has been the Outreach Coordinator for the Virginia Coastal Zone Management (CZM) Program for the last 25 years. Virginia CZM is a network of state agencies and coastal localities funded by NOAA. The program is led by and headquartered at the Virginia Department of... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 9:20am - 10:30am EST

10:40am EST

Session 2: Equity in Landscape Design
This session will highlight the panelists’ work with Black and Brown communities to ensure that public spaces are planned and designed to meet the needs of those communities.

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Akiima Price

Akiima Price

Akiima Price is a creative thinker and doer who links people, places, and programs with stressed, underserved communities. A Washington, DC native, Akiima is a nationally respected thought leader at the intersection of social and environmental issues and the relationship between nature... Read More →
avatar for Erin Garnaas-Holmes

Erin Garnaas-Holmes

Senior Planner, Prince George's County Planning Department
Erin Garnaas-Holmes is an urban planner and landscape designer with the Prince George’s County Planning Department. He is focused on the overlap of equitable community development, ecological design and long-range planning. He recently served as the Ambassador to the Anacostia Watershed... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 10:40am - 11:50am EST

11:50am EST

Lunch, Networking
Click the links below to visit with our sponsors!

Rainscapes, Montgomery County DEP: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82368490142?pwd=cUxSdFlnYjZwSmdZU0xjQkYwckNiUT09

Penn State Extension: https://psu.zoom.us/j/8749660712

Izel Plants https://meet.google.com/qsk-ijqd-coi 



Sponsors
avatar for Amanda McClean

Amanda McClean

Co-Owner, Izel Plants
Izel Native Plants is a unique e-commerce store that solves the challenge of sourcing native plants if you cannot qualify for an account with wholesale growers. By combining the inventories of wholesale growers and nurseries from the East Coast to the Midwest, Izel offers an unparalleled... Read More →
avatar for Ann English

Ann English

RainScapes Manager, Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection
avatar for Kristen Koch

Kristen Koch

Program Manager, Penn State Agriculture & Environment Center
The Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center (AEC) is focused on solving today’s water quality challenges related to the impacts of land use and land management. The center fosters partnerships with stakeholders engaged in land and water issues, and integrates the College and... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 11:50am - 12:10pm EST

12:20pm EST

Session 3:A. Creating a Forest Garden
Forest gardens produce an abundance of food and supplies while restoring a healthy forest ecosystem. Lincoln and Christine will discuss the principles of forest gardening with examples from Forested and other forest garden projects.

Speakers
avatar for Christine Simpson

Christine Simpson

Forested
Christine Simpson is a creative landscape architect with a curiosity for natural systems and patterns. She specializes in sustainable, functional places and landscapes and is an avid lover of edible plants. Christine has worked in local government for 15 years, designed parks and... Read More →
avatar for Lincoln Smith

Lincoln Smith

Owner, Forested
Lincoln Smith runs Forested, a 10-acre experimental forest garden site in Bowie Maryland. He and his team test forest gardening methods, with the goal of producing nutritious food for people and restoring a thriving ecosystem. Lincoln designs forest gardens for a variety of clients... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 12:20pm - 1:10pm EST

12:20pm EST

Session 3:B. Plant It Forward: Helping Others Help Wildlife Through Conservation Landscaping
The Audubon Naturalist Society has been working to transform its headquarters - Woodend Nature Sanctuary - into an oasis of sustainable, healthy, natural habitats that inspires people to learn about and protect our shared environment. With the Plant It Forward program, we are leveraging the expertise of our staff and the green infrastructure of Woodend Nature Sanctuary to equip more people to steward land for wildlife benefit and ecosystem services. We are using demonstration gardens to train home gardeners, as well as landscape professionals, in the specific skills required to install high performing conservation landscapes. In particular, we are reaching out to Spanish-speaking owners and employees of small landscaping companies to add conservation landscaping to their toolkits. In this talk I'll discuss the lesson learned during our gardening classes, in-home garden consultations, and trainings for landscape professionals. Handouts will include garden templates and a "Garden Ecosystems" guide.

Speakers
avatar for Alison Pearce

Alison Pearce

Deputy Director for Programs, Audubon Naturalist Society
As the Deputy Director for the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS), Alison Pearce supervises the program managers of the organization’s many educational efforts for people of all ages. She also oversees the restoration and management of Woodend Nature Sanctuary, working to improve... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 12:20pm - 1:10pm EST

12:20pm EST

Session 3:C. Landscapes for Pollinators
Landscapes that support pollinator biodiversity require designs that take into account the structure of pollinator communities and the resources they depend on.  Science has learned a great deal about pollinators over the last decade.  We have a better understanding of the special ecological structure of plant-pollinator food webs and how they decline.  There is also a better appreciation for pollinator nutrition and the nutritional resources offered by different plants.  Nesting sites and other resources have been explored in great detail.  All these insights are being used to inform landscape design.  

This session will not be recorded. 

Speakers
avatar for Harland Patch

Harland Patch

Penn State University
Dr. Harland Patch focuses his current research on understanding the behavioral and molecular mechanisms associated with pollinator host plant choice, and the structure of plant-pollinator communities. Dr. Patch is also involved in ongoing projects to determine the interacting causes... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 12:20pm - 1:10pm EST

12:20pm EST

Session 3:D. Green Mulch: Plants to Cover Ground and Reduce Maintenance
Green mulch saves time and money, boosts ecological function and reduces the carbon footprint of your garden.

Speakers
avatar for Darlene Robbins

Darlene Robbins

RainScapes Program, Planner, Montgomery County Dept. of Environmental Protection
Darlene Robbins is a planner with the Montgomery County, Md., Department of Environmental Protection’s RainScapes Program where she helps residents implement sustainable solutions for stormwater management. She is also an instructor for the Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 12:20pm - 1:10pm EST

1:20pm EST

Session 4 Inspiring BMPS: A Selection of 2021 BUBBA Award Winning Projects = Just add water - A different approach to "fixing" drainage, Mount Oliver Stormwater Retention project, Wild at Heart in Accotink Creek Watershed
The Chesapeake Stormwater Network recognizes outstanding work with the Best Urban BMPs in the Bay (BUBBA) awards. This session features three inspiring projects that were recognized with BUBBA awards in 2021.

Moderators
avatar for David Wood

David Wood

Stormwater Coordinator, Chesapeake Stormwater Network
David Wood is the Stormwater Coordinator for the Chesapeake Stormwater Network, where he develops training programs and technical resources for a network of over 11,000 stormwater professionals from across the Chesapeake Bay watershed and beyond. He also serves as the Coordinator... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Chris Moore

Chris Moore

Welspryng LLC
Chris Moore is a Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional and a Maryland licensed landscape architect with over 25 years of professional experience, both nationally and abroad, on projects encompassing federal, municipal, cultural, institutional and residential clients.  Prior to establishing... Read More →
avatar for Aileen Craig

Aileen Craig

The Nature Conservancy
Aileen Craig is the Stormwater Retention Project Manager with The Nature Conservancy where she leads the design, construction, and maintenance of Green Infrastructure projects. Aileen manages the landowner relationships and conducts analysis to find potential stormwater management... Read More →
avatar for Adele Kuo

Adele Kuo

Owner & Principal Designer, Deco Footprint
Adele Kuo is Founder and Principal Landscape Designer at Deco Footprint, a sustainable landscape design-build company providing services spanning a diversity of projects and sites in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC.  Our work merges ecology, art, and construction... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 1:20pm - 2:30pm EST

2:30pm EST

Closing Exhibits time
Click the links below to visit with our sponsors!

Rainscapes, Montgomery County DEP: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82368490142?pwd=cUxSdFlnYjZwSmdZU0xjQkYwckNiUT09

Penn State Extension: https://psu.zoom.us/j/8749660712

Izel Plants: https://meet.google.com/qsk-ijqd-coi

Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89497557230?pwd=SmZYYyt0WGdLTzR3dmNZUmw0QVJXZz09


Speakers
avatar for Beth Ginter

Beth Ginter

Executive Director, Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council
Beth Ginter is the first executive director of the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, a coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to researching, promoting, and educating professionals and the public about conservation landscaping to protect the Chesapeake Bay... Read More →

Sponsors
avatar for Amanda McClean

Amanda McClean

Co-Owner, Izel Plants
Izel Native Plants is a unique e-commerce store that solves the challenge of sourcing native plants if you cannot qualify for an account with wholesale growers. By combining the inventories of wholesale growers and nurseries from the East Coast to the Midwest, Izel offers an unparalleled... Read More →
avatar for Ann English

Ann English

RainScapes Manager, Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection
avatar for Kristen Koch

Kristen Koch

Program Manager, Penn State Agriculture & Environment Center
The Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center (AEC) is focused on solving today’s water quality challenges related to the impacts of land use and land management. The center fosters partnerships with stakeholders engaged in land and water issues, and integrates the College and... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 2:30pm - 3:00pm EST
 
Thursday, December 9
 

9:00am EST

Welcome Back, Marcy Damon Award
Suzanne Kilby Etgen will become the fifth  recipient of the Marcy Damon Conservation Landscaping Award. The award, given by the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council (CCLC), a regional non-profit, recognizes Etgen for her devotion to sustainable landscaping and education within the Chesapeake Bay region.

Suzanne Etgen is the founding Executive Director of the Anne Arundel Watershed Stewards Academy, headquartered in Millersville, Maryland. The Watershed Stewards Academy mission is to train and mobilize community leaders to drive change for sustainable landscapes and clean waters, and Etgen has helped forge strong connections between stewards and landscape professionals in the Annapolis area. She holds a BS in Environmental Science and a MA in Religion and Ecology, and she is also a trained Community Based Social Marketing Technical Assistance Provider, assisting Stewards and organizations in the development of campaigns to change polluting behaviors. Etgen served for several years on the CCLC board of directors and played an instrumental role in establishing CCLC’s Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional certification and training program. She has been recognized for her work with numerous other awards.

The Marcy Damon Conservation Landscaping Award was established by the CCLC to honor former Council chair and Maryland naturalist and educator, Marcy Damon. Damon, age 64, passed away in June 2013. Damon spent the last 12 years of her career contributing to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s effort to “Save the Bay,” but it was a lifelong love affair with nature that inspired her personal and professional dedication to sustainable landscaping, habitat preservation, and environmental education. Past award recipients include Ellie Altman, former Director of the Adkins Arboretum, Britt Slattery, Director of Conservation Education at MD Dept. of Natural Resources, Adele Ashkar, former Director of the George Washington University’s Landscape Design Program, and David Hirschman, of Hirschman Water & Environment.

Speakers
avatar for Suzanne Etgen

Suzanne Etgen

Executive Director, Anne Arundel Watershed Stewards Academy
Suzanne Etgen is the founding Executive Director of the Anne Arundel Watershed Stewards Academy, headquartered in Millersville, Maryland. The Watershed Stewards Academy mission is to train and mobilize community leaders to drive change for sustainable landscapes and clean waters... Read More →
avatar for Beth Ginter

Beth Ginter

Executive Director, Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council
Beth Ginter is the first executive director of the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, a coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to researching, promoting, and educating professionals and the public about conservation landscaping to protect the Chesapeake Bay... Read More →
avatar for David J. Hirschman

David J. Hirschman

Hirschman Water & Environment, LLC
Hirschman Water & Environment, LLC (HWE) is a small stormwater consulting business based in Charlottesville, VA. HWE has a broad portfolio of water resources projects and programs. HWE conducts research and analysis on stormwater BMP performance and innovative strategies for water... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 9:00am - 9:20am EST

9:20am EST

Session 5, Keynote. Beauty of the Wild
In this presentation, Darrel will talk about various people and places that have influenced him as a teacher and as a designer of ecology-based designs. The book, “American Plants for American Gardens” by Plant ecologist Edith Roberts and Landscape architect Elsa Rehmann was particularly influential. He will show landscapes he has designed at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum, Storm King Art Center in the Hudson River Valley, the New York Botanical Garden, and Brooklyn Botanic Garden as examples of landscapes influenced by naturally-evolving Plant communities.

Speakers
avatar for Beth Ginter

Beth Ginter

Executive Director, Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council
Beth Ginter is the first executive director of the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, a coalition of individuals and organizations dedicated to researching, promoting, and educating professionals and the public about conservation landscaping to protect the Chesapeake Bay... Read More →
avatar for Darrel Morrison

Darrel Morrison

Author
Darrel grew up on an Iowa farm, and has a BS in Landscape Architecture from Iowa State University and a MS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He began teaching at UW in 1969, and initiated and taught courses on Native Plant communities there until 1983, when he became Dean... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 9:20am - 10:20am EST

10:30am EST

Session 6 Climate Change Panel: Climate Impacts on Native Plants, Climate and Social Justice, & Nature-Based Solutions for Resiliency.
This session touches on three very different topics related to our changing climate: impacts on native plants, social justice, and nature-based solutions for resiliency.

Moderators
avatar for Ashley Traut

Ashley Traut

Senior Advisor, Greater Baltimore Wilderness Coalition

Speakers
avatar for Fushcia Ann Hoover

Fushcia Ann Hoover

UNC Charlotte, Assistant Professor; EcoGreenQueen, Founder
Dr. Hoover is an assistant professor of environmental planning at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte in the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, and founder of EcoGreenQueen, a company dedicated to teaching and expanding the use of environmental justice framings and... Read More →
avatar for Esi Langston

Esi Langston

Environmental Sustainability Manager, City of Norfolk
As the Environmental Sustainability Manager for the City of Norfolk, Esi Langston sets and implements equitable climate change policies for the City by executing the Mayor’s Climate Action Plan. Prior to leading sustainability for Norfolk, Esi had over 10 years of experience in... Read More →
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Jeff Lapp

Branch Chief, EPA


Thursday December 9, 2021 10:30am - 11:40am EST

11:40am EST

Lunch, Networking
Click the links below to visit with our sponsors!

Rainscapes, Montgomery County DEP: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82368490142?pwd=cUxSdFlnYjZwSmdZU0xjQkYwckNiUT09

Penn State Extension: https://psu.zoom.us/j/8749660712

Izel Plants: https://meet.google.com/qsk-ijqd-coi

Sponsors
avatar for Amanda McClean

Amanda McClean

Co-Owner, Izel Plants
Izel Native Plants is a unique e-commerce store that solves the challenge of sourcing native plants if you cannot qualify for an account with wholesale growers. By combining the inventories of wholesale growers and nurseries from the East Coast to the Midwest, Izel offers an unparalleled... Read More →
avatar for Ann English

Ann English

RainScapes Manager, Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection
avatar for Kristen Koch

Kristen Koch

Program Manager, Penn State Agriculture & Environment Center
The Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center (AEC) is focused on solving today’s water quality challenges related to the impacts of land use and land management. The center fosters partnerships with stakeholders engaged in land and water issues, and integrates the College and... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 11:40am - 12:00pm EST

12:10pm EST

Session 7. Growing the Workforce, Connecting with Youth = Conservation Training in Correctional Settings, Working with Youth and the CBLP-A Program, & Connecting with Youth at Dikon Wilderness
The future is bright! Panelists in this session will share their experiences working with youth and the incarcerated to expand the workforce of trained environmental stewards and practicing professionals.

Moderators
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Larry Davis

Lead Consultant & Green Infrastructure Specialist, Green Mechanics Benefit LLC
Thank you for taking time to read a brief story about me. I had the privilege of growing up in Baltimore County. My Dad and I had an African Cichlid fish tank that piqued my interest in the greater ecology of things. I very much learn from natural systems as a compass for making decisions... Read More →

Speakers
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Antonia Bookbinder

Conservation Outreach Specialist Special Programs Division, M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County
avatar for David J. Hirschman

David J. Hirschman

Hirschman Water & Environment, LLC
Hirschman Water & Environment, LLC (HWE) is a small stormwater consulting business based in Charlottesville, VA. HWE has a broad portfolio of water resources projects and programs. HWE conducts research and analysis on stormwater BMP performance and innovative strategies for water... Read More →
avatar for Kim Patten

Kim Patten

Director, The Wilderness Greenhouse - Diakon Youth Services -
Kim Patten runs The Wilderness Greenhouse & Native Plant Nursery and serves an educator at the Diakon Wilderness Center in Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania. The Diakon Wilderness Center serves as an alternative school and community resource for kids and families dealing with trauma... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 12:10pm - 2:20pm EST

1:30pm EST

Session 8: A. Native Cultivars v. Straight Species: Results from Recent Trials..
As native plants become more popular, many cultivars are being offered in the marketplace.  But do these cultivars still benefit pollinators and wildlife or are they just decorative items in the landscape? Learn about the results of several trials that have been conducted in the Mid-Atlantic and New England and get some tips on how to choose plants that will most benefit your ecosystem.

Speakers
avatar for Connie Schmotzer

Connie Schmotzer

Consumer Horticulture Educator, Retired, Penn State Extension
Connie Schmotzer is recently retired from her job as Consumer Horticulture Educator for Penn State Extension in York County, PA where she worked for 22 years. In 2012 she spearheaded a three-year pollinator trial at Penn State’s Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 1:30pm - 2:20pm EST

1:30pm EST

Session 8: B. Plant-Pollinator Interactions
Speakers
avatar for Anahí Espíndola

Anahí Espíndola

Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, College Park
Anahí is from Argentina, and is a first-generation Assistant Professor at the Department of Entomology of the University of Maryland, College Park. With her research group, she studies how the environment drives the ecology and evolution of plant-pollinator interactions, using genomic, ecological, and experimental approaches. Anahí studied Biology at the National University of Córdoba (Argentina) and at the University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland), wh... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 1:30pm - 2:20pm EST

1:30pm EST

Session 8: C. Leveraging the Ecosystem Services of the North American Beaver as a Tool for Restoration
Beaver (Castor Canadensis), once numbering in the tens of millions across North America, were nearly extirpated in the late 1890’s.  Recently, their numbers are increasing in many regions across North America.  Their dams and the water they store provide important ecosystem services, including increased groundwater recharge, floodplain reconnection, significant reductions in peak flow discharges, enhanced wildlife habitat, nutrient processing, sediment storage, and wetland creation.  As a tool for restoration, beaver dams enhance water quality, provide ecological uplift, and provide effective stormwater management benefits.  Long regarded as a nuisance species, beaver have only recently been promoted as an ecosystem engineer.  Research from North America as well as Europe will be shared indicating beaver have a role to play in watershed restoration efforts and as an adaptation for climate change.  Techniques and methods which encourage beaver activity will be reviewed, including planting regimes to develop food sources, floodplain reconnection to maximize stream power distribution across the floodplain, designing for long term aggradation, requiring more expansive conservation easements, and incorporating beaver dam analogs (BDA’s).       

Speakers
avatar for Scott McGill

Scott McGill

Chief Executive Officer, Ecotone
Scott McGill is the Founder and CEO of Ecotone, a design-build ecological restoration company located in Forest Hill, MD. Scott has over 30 years of applied experience in both design and construction of ecological restoration projects throughout the United States. He is a thought... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 1:30pm - 2:20pm EST

1:30pm EST

Session 8:D. Working with HOAs
Speakers
avatar for Steve Miller

Steve Miller

President, Deep Creek Village POA
So much has been happening in the field of stormwater management to help improve the quality of runoff into the Chesapeake Bay. This includes the construction of many different types and numbers of stormwater best management practices (BMPs) in new residential communities throughout... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 1:30pm - 2:20pm EST

2:30pm EST

Closing Exhibits
Click the links below to visit with our sponsors!

Rainscapes, Montgomery County DEP: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82368490142?pwd=cUxSdFlnYjZwSmdZU0xjQkYwckNiUT09

Penn State Extension: https://psu.zoom.us/j/8749660712

Izel Plants: https://meet.google.com/qsk-ijqd-coi

Sponsors
avatar for Amanda McClean

Amanda McClean

Co-Owner, Izel Plants
Izel Native Plants is a unique e-commerce store that solves the challenge of sourcing native plants if you cannot qualify for an account with wholesale growers. By combining the inventories of wholesale growers and nurseries from the East Coast to the Midwest, Izel offers an unparalleled... Read More →
avatar for Ann English

Ann English

RainScapes Manager, Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection
avatar for Kristen Koch

Kristen Koch

Program Manager, Penn State Agriculture & Environment Center
The Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center (AEC) is focused on solving today’s water quality challenges related to the impacts of land use and land management. The center fosters partnerships with stakeholders engaged in land and water issues, and integrates the College and... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 2:30pm - 3:00pm EST