University of Connecticut Offers Conference for the Garden Enthusiast!
speakers list revised 1/11/06
The University of Connecticut is sponsoring the "Garden Conference" to be held at the University of Connecticut on Thursday, March 9, 2006. It will be held at the Lewis B. Rome Commons on the Storrs campus in Storrs, CT. This all-day educational conference will appeal to the garden enthusiast.
The keynote speaker is:
Stephanie Cohen, former director of the Landscape Arboretum at Temple University in Ambler, PA and contributing editor for Fine Gardening. Stephanie is co-author of a new book on garden design called "The Perennial Gardener's Design Primer", published by Storey Press. Stephanie will be speaking on "Perennial Garden Design Demystified."
Other speakers include:
There is a pre-registration fee of $60 per person if postmarked on or before March 2nd. The fee is $70 per person if postmarked after March 2nd.
Included in the cost of admission are:
Please make checks payable to the University of Connecticut.
Please send checks to:
Department of Plant Science, Unit 4067,
University of Connecticut,
1376 Storrs Road,
Storrs, CT 06269-4067.
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