Meals & Events
Date / Time:
Mon June, 19 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Who is your community? People? Plants? Habitats?
This compelling session explores how gardens can push the limits of what true community engagement can mean. Gardens can make a difference globally, promoting plant conservation, preserving unique components of habitats, and promoting inclusive dialogs that surrounding issues confronted by diverse audiences. Join us as we investigate some critical questions facing public gardens. We’ll hear thoughtfully from several perspectives. You’ll want to talk about it right after at dinner, and the ideas you’ll gain from this session will directly impact your horticulture, conservation, education, and community outreach programs. You won’t want to miss it.
Dinner will follow in Chedoke A.
The session-only portion of the evening will take place from 6:00pm and go until 7:30pm, there is no cost to attend the session. To attend the dinner, registration is required, and a nominal fee of $40 for attendees and $65 for guests applies.