Over the past 34 years, the annual Michigan Native Plant Conference (formerly the Wildflower Conference) has presented timely, actionable, and .. Read more fascinating information about native plants and habitats, landscape design, wildlife, invasive controls and much more. This two-day conference has become an anticipated and welcomed event in early March. It is attended regularly by more than 300 people from many backgrounds including land managers, conservation specialists, students, scientists, and native plant enthusiasts. The Michigan Native Plant Conference will present two excellent keynote speakers, Neil Diboll and Heather Holm and twelve breakout sessions. For the full agenda, please download the PDF below. In addition to assisting with native bee research projects, she informs and educates audiences nationwide about the fascinating world of native pollinators and beneficial insects, and the native plant communities that support them. Heather’s presentation is titled: “Restoring Ecosystem Functionality and Biodiversity”.
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