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January 2020

Online Course: Landscaping for Resiliency in a Changing Climate

January 3 - March 31

The Earth’s climate is changing. Impacts - including higher temperatures, warming water temperatures, rising sea levels, and longer periods of extreme weather - are already being felt in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and are expected to worsen. The good news is there are actions we can all take to help mitigate and adapt to these impacts. Landscape professionals, in particular, have a unique opportunity to address the effects of our changing climate. This introductory course explains the difference between weather…

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Virginia Association of Forest Health Professionals

January 27 - January 28
Virginia Crossings Hotel Richmond, VA
$80 – $110

Up to 8.5 CBLP CEUs are available.

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February 2020

Webinar: How to Log Your CBLP CEUs

February 5 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Join CBLP staff, Beth Ginter and Katie Pinkham, for this free webinar to learn how to log your CBLP CEUs  and "hands on" experience, using our online forms.  Katie and Beth will also answer your questions about CBLP recertification. There is no charge, but you must register in advance. CBLP-Tracking and Reporting CEU Hours Webinar Host: Amanda Rockler Wednesday, February 5, 2020 9:00 - 10:00 am  |  Eastern Time Register After your request has been approved, you'll receive instructions for joining…

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Lewis Ginter Winter Symposium, CVNLA Short Course

February 12 - February 14
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Richmond, VA
$80 – $215

"Uncertain Times, Reliable Gardens" Presented by Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Central Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association, and Virginia Cooperative Extension Join seasoned gardeners and green industry professionals to explore how concepts of beauty and order are changing based on deep research into how plants behave and how they are reacting to climate change.  the importance of native plants and an understanding of plant communities help designers and gardeners create more resilient gardens and contribute to the health of the biosphere…

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Chesapeake Green 2020

February 19 - February 20
Maritime Institute Linthicum Heights, MD

Registration is now open for MNLGA's winter symposium, Chesapeake Green. Dr. Charlie Hall is the keynote speaker. He will also give a presentation on the economics of green infrastructure. Up to 8 CBLP CEUs will be available.

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Green Matters Symposium

February 21
Silver Spring Civic Center, 1 Veteran's Place
Silver Spring, MD 20910
$95 – $110

Practical Solutions For Ecologically Sustainable Landscapes This symposium will offer practical solutions to help shift the focus of gardening and landscape design away from merely aesthetics and towards creating and managing sustainable landscapes. Industry experts will explore how native plants can be incorporated into our landscapes while realizing the ecological benefits through plant community-based design strategies. Attendees will learn ecological gardening and maintenance practices that lead to a “greener” and more resilient garden. Case studies will shed light on how…

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Anne Arundel WSA Leap Into Action Conference

February 22 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Annapolis High School Annapolis, MD
$25 – $75

Registration is open! Doug Tallamy is the featured speaker this year.  The conference includes talks on trees and forest conservation, design, construction, and two tours. There will be three tracks: Dynamic Engagement: Motivate diverse audiences to take action by applying social science to community outreach. WSA Pro: Create restoration projects with an eye to social, ecological, and economic impacts. Our Collective Impact: Reverse the decline of biodiversity and improve water quality by talking about climate change so people will listen.…

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March 2020

Pennsylvania Riparian Forest Buffer Summit

March 11 - March 12
Blair County Convention Center Altoona, PA
$75 – $100

The Buffer Summit provides conservation professionals and decision makers with the latest science, policy, and implementation strategies to get trees planted along the commonwealth’s streams. Attendees have substantial opportunities to network with each other and with exhibiting sponsors throughout the two-day event. Conservation professionals working with riparian forest buffers from all sectors -- beginners to seasoned decision makers alike -- are encouraged to attend. Registration is open. CBLP is sponsoring this event.  Stop by to say hello! CBLP CEUs will be available

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Land Ethics Symposium

March 12 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Delaware Valley University Doylestown, PA

Come celebrate our 20th anniversary at this not-to-be-missed symposium geared towards landscape architects, designers, contractors, land planners, municipal officials and homeowners. The symposium's focus: how to create ecologically sound and economically viable landscapes through the use of native plants and sustainable practices. Expect lively dialog on topics ranging from the benefits of using organic native trees and designing with nature to engaging clients with a land ethics approach. Continuing education credits are available. Visit our website here for more information. Registration information will be…

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Living Shorelines for Landscape Professionals

March 13
Chesapeake Bay Foundation Annapolis, MD

Save The Date!  Registration will open in January. Organized by CBLP and University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension, this one-day workshop will introduce landscape professionals to the details of designing, installing and maintaining living shorelines in Maryland's coastal plain. CBLP CEUs will be available.

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