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Climate Change, Conservation, and the Role of Native Plant Horticulture

Jesse Bellemare, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Smith College
As our climate changes rapidly, the distributions of many native plant species must shift to keep pace. This poses a dilemma— what role should we take in helping native plant populations migrate? Jesse Bellemare will explore the ecological complexities of this question, including the important insights we can gain from native plant horticulture.

Evenings with Experts

When:

  • March 4 | 7:00 - 8:30pm

Where:Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway

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Reading the Winter Landscape

Instructor: Meredith Gallogly, Manager of Programs, Grow Native Massachusetts
A woodland in winter may appear empty and inscrutable, but once you know what to look for a dormant landscape will seem to burst with life. Join Meredith to practice reading the winter landscape, with a focus on trees and shrubs, and to find lessons from this natural community to help us bring full-season ecological functionality to our designed landscapes and gardens.

Workshop

When:

  • March 21 | 10:00am - 12:15pm

Where:Prospect Hill Park, Waltham, MA