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ELA News – May 2022

Share Your Expertise! As ELA begins scheduling fall and winter virtual conferences, we’re reaching out to our community for speakers. Our members have thousands of years of combined experience designing, developing, and maintaining all manner of ecological landscapes. If you have an ecological expertise or field experience, consider sharing with the ELA audience. We seek…

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ELA News – April 2022

Volunteer with ELA Want to share your talents and expertise as an ELA volunteer? Our member-driven organization is always looking for your expertise, guidance, and help. We are looking for people to help with a few specific needs, plus we have some ongoing opportunities for volunteers. If you are comfortable presenting to groups, familiar with…

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ELA News – March 2022

28th ELA Conference & Eco-Marketplace Thank you to all the speakers, attendees, exhibitors, and volunteers who made our 28th Conference & Eco-Marketplace an incredible success. Special thanks to our 2022 Conference Sponsors: New Moon Nursery – Sustaining Sponsor Planters’ Choice Nursery – Sustaining Sponsor Tech Terra Environmental – Sustaining Sponsor Compostwerks – Champion Sponsor Babikow…

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ELA News – February 2022

28th ELA Conference & Eco-Marketplace – February 23 & 24, 2022 There’s still time to join us for ELA’s two-day virtual 28th Conference & Eco-Marketplace. If you haven’t yet explored the schedule, there are lots of interesting topics and presenters to pique your interest. Two tracks on Wednesday will offer insights and information on developing landscapes…

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ELA Names Winners of 2021 Spotlight on Natives Contest

Photographers from across the country submitted nearly 200 images to ELA’s 2021 Spotlight on Natives Photography Contest. Each sought to capture the special allure of native plants – the unique structure of trunks, stems, leaves, blossoms, seeds; the juxtaposition of native plants in groupings; and the interaction of pollinators with native plants. This year’s entries again encompassed an outstanding array of plants and habitats.

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