“Cherish our Natural Heritage:

Managing Invasives to Promote Native Diversity”

 

 

University of Connecticut-Storrs, CT

Lewis B. Rome Commons

 

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Co-sponsors

American Public Works Association, New England Chapter
Audubon Connecticut
Bartlett Arboretum
CACIWC
Conservation Districts of Connecticut
   Northwest Conservation District
   CT River Coastal Conservation District
   Eastern Connecticut Conservation District
   North Central Conservation District
   Southwest Conservation District
The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects
Connecticut Botanical Society
Connecticut College Arboretum
Connecticut Department of Agriculture
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection
Connecticut Forest and Park Association
Connecticut Green Industries
Connecticut Grounds Keepers Association
Connecticut Horticultural Society
Connecticut Tree Protective Association
Connecticut Urban Forestry Council
Connecticut Women's Agricultural Network
Deep Root Partners, L.P.
Eastern Resource Conservation & Development Area
Farmington River Watershed Association
Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc.
Hartford Audubon Society
Invasive Plant Atlas of New England
Mad Gardeners
Natural Resources Council of Connecticut
Nature Conservancy, Connecticut Chapter
Naugatuck Valley Community College, Horticulture Program
New England Center for Invasive Plants
New England Invasive Plant Group
Northeast Organic Farming Association
Norwalk River Watershed Association
Rivers Alliance of Connecticut
Silvio O. Conte National Fish & Wildlife Refuge
The Underground
University of Connecticut
   College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
     Department of Plant Science
     Department of Extension
     Cooperative Extension System
     Master Gardener Program
     Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station
University of Connecticut
   Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
USDA, APHIS, PPQ
What Grows On in Rhode Island
Weir Farm National Historic Site