When: Sat., Nov. 9, 8 a.m. 2013
“Conservation: Saving Indiana’s Native Plants and Wild Places” The day-long conference will focus on the conservation of Indiana native plants. As the human impact on nature intensifies, it’s clear that more and more species are at risk of extinction. The father of conservation, Aldo Leopold, warns that “To keep every cog and wheel is the first precaution of intelligent tinkering.” Could we be losing key species whose importance we don’t even recognize? Open to the public—anyone with an interest in native plants, conservation, botany, landscaping, and wildlife habitat.
Registration available on line September 15 at www.inpaws.org
Price: $60 INPAWS members ($50 before November 1); non-members $75 ($65 before November 1); students $35