APLD CA Chapter: Fire-resilient Landscapes: Creating Beautiful Gardens for Defensible Space

2 p.m. Pacific
5 p.m. Eastern


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Cheryl Miller, RLA, and Carol Rice, Fire Ecologist, will present design principles that help provide resiliency in the face of a wildfire. Richard Halsey, Director of the Chaparral Institute, and Mike Evans, Founder and President of the Tree of Life Nursery, will provide useful information on plants for improving habitat conservation, biodiversity, soil stability, increasing carbon storage, and enhancing water conservation. These tools will help designers, contractors, horticulturists, and homeowners make a difference in the aesthetic appeal of the landscape in a way that helps to safeguard the survival of homes and their surrounding landscapes.

When
November 4th, 2021 5:00 PM   through   8:30 PM

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