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St. Johns Riverkeeper Lecture "Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment"

Garden Month Lecture

Event Details:
March 4, 2014 - March 4, 2014
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: Hixon Auditorium

Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Garden Month Lecture
Lectures and Workshops
Cummer Council
Event Start Date: 
Tue, 03/04/2014
Event Start Time: 
6:30 p.m.
Event End Time: 
7:30 p.m.
Event Location: 
Hixon Auditorium
Summary: 
<p>Free to the public. Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place. Stop by Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter&rsquo;s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.</p>

Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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<p>Free to the public. Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place. Stop by Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter&rsquo;s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.</p>
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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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Garden Month Lecture
Lectures and Workshops
Cummer Council
Event Start Date: 
Tue, 03/04/2014
Event Start Time: 
6:30 p.m.
Event End Time: 
7:30 p.m.
Event Location: 
Hixon Auditorium
Summary: 
<p>Free to the public. Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place. Stop by Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter&rsquo;s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.</p>

Free to the Public

Getting Back to Our Roots: Making Natives Work in the Urban Environment

Join us for this panel discussion about the practical use and benefits of native plants, the importance of integrating nature into our built environment, and the value of creating a sense of place.

Panelists: Bob Chabot, Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens; Eric Lycke, Landscape Architect, Haskell Company; Jim Draper, artist

Moderator: Jimmy Orth, Executive Director, St. Johns Riverkeeper

Florida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter

Stop by the Ixia Chapter’s table for information on how you can help sustain the local ecosystem by planting native plants in your garden.

No reservations required. Seating is very limited; first come, first seated.

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