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  • March 28: Grow Native! Plant Sale at Runge Conservation Nature Center, Jefferson City » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Grow Native Professional Members Missouri Wildflowers Nursery Forrest Keeling Nursery Pure Air Natives and Gaylena s Garden will be selling a wide variety and large quantity of native wildflowers grasses sedges vines shrubs and trees at this annual sale hosted by Runge Conservation Nature Center Sale is 10 00 a m to 2 00 p m To preorder and have your plants waiting for you to purchase when you arrive

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/march-28-2015-grow-native-plant-sale-at-runge-conservation-nature-center-jefferson-city/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Grow Native! May 29 Professional Workshop – Bioswale Design and Maintenance with Native Plants » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Josi Nielsen with questions about CEU During this workshop you will learn detailed information for managing water to reduce runoff considerations for working with green infrastructure rating systems best practices for project documentation design approaches for ongoing maintenance how to move beyond gray infrastructure with native plants and water management resources to ensure successful project completion Stormwater Management with Green Infrastructure Laura Adams Water Resources Engineer Black and Veatch Kansas City Introduction to site selection soils local regulations designs and plant selection for rain gardens We ll discuss trends in green infrastructure and introduce the Sustainable Sites Initiative and Envision rating tools Getting Your Project Built A Landscape Architect s Perspective Carrie Coyne SWT Design St Louis Insights on the importance of thorough documentation for the successful execution of bio retention systems including RFQ Request for Qualification Documents Bid Documentation Specifications Construction Observation and Maintenance Management Managing Water Creating Aesthetics Reconnecting with Nature Native Plant Raingardens Matt Bunch Horticulturist The Giving Grove Gray infrastructure has its limitations more gray equals more stormwater more stormwater equals more flood damage not only to our human infrastructure but our surrounding ecosystems Green infra structure solutions can ameliorate some of these problems This asks

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/grow-native-may-29-professional-workshop-bioswale-design-and-maintenance-with-native-plants/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Grow Native! May 30 Homeowner Workshop – Raingarden Design & Maintenance with Native Plants » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    what native plants work best for your location how native plants meet the needs of pollinators easy ways to increase the biodiversity of your home landscape resources to ensure successful project completion A raingarden filled with native plants Photo Credit Vireo Catching Rain with Native Plants Laura Adams Water Resources Engineer Black and Veatch Kansas City An introduction to how rain gardens bioswales and native plants can be integrated in your own yard This presentation will walk you through the steps to select native plants and lay out a rain garden We ll discuss the basic principles of rain garden location design construction and maintenance Let Them Eat Cake Is your home landscape starving butterflies Your yard is a buffet learn how the right native plants support biodiversity for pollinators and the environment Paula Diaz GardeNerd Consultations Raymore Upon being alerted that the people were suffering due to widespread famine and bread shortages the 18th century Queen of France is said to have replied Then let them eat cake It was an ignorant statement representing disregard for the basic needs of other members of a society We humans need to comprehend the interdependence of the other members of our ecological

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/grow-native-may-30-homeowner-workshop-raingarden-design-maintenance-with-native-plants/ (2016-02-10)
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  • March 19: Native Plant Education Program with Patty Lynch » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    email address above and press enter on your keyboard Mar 19 March 19 Native Plant Education Program with Patty Lynch Scenic Regional Library Union Branch 308 Hawthorne Dr Union MO 11am 12pm March 19 Native Plant Education Program presented by Grow Native Professional Member Hillerman s Nursery Free Patty Lynch of Hillerman s Nursery will give this presentation at the Scenic Regional Library Union Branch 308 Hawthorne Dr Union MO

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/march-19-native-plant-education-program-with-patty-lynch/ (2016-02-10)
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  • February 28: Partners for Native Landscaping Workshop, St. Louis » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    February 28 Partners for Native Landscaping Workshop St Louis Our Prairies Grow Native Education and Outreach Prairie Management Membership To receive news form MPF please enter your email address above and press enter on your keyboard Feb 28 February 28 Partners for Native Landscaping Workshop St Louis February 28 2015 Partners for Native Landscaping Workshop St Louis Registration information Event flyer Home Who We Are What We Do Where We

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/february-28-partners-for-native-landscaping-workshop-st-louis/ (2016-02-10)
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  • February 5: Doug Tallamy at MNRC » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Ozarks on Feb 5 at 9 a m You can register for the full conference February 4 6 2015 or just for this plenary This is a great opportunity not only to hear Dr Tallamy but also your presence at the plenary will signal to our hard working natural resources professionals how much you care about their work and how important Dr Tallamy s message is to you and to the conservation of Missouri Dr Tallamy s presentation is entitled Conserving Nature by Conserving Food Webs The Missouri Natural Resources Conference is now a not for profit organization so your registration fee will be helping the conference cover its costs and bring in more great programming More about Dr Doug Tallamy Professor Chair of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology University of Delaware Doug Tallamy is a professor in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware where he has authored 80 research articles and has taught Insect Taxonomy Behavioral Ecology Humans and Nature Insect Ecology and other courses for 32 years Chief among his research goals is to better understand the many ways insects interact with plants and how such interactions

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/february-5-doug-tallamy-at-mnrc/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Grow Native! Presentations at the Western » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    in nurseries read about their talks and their bios below and visit the Western website to learn more about the event and to register Integrating Native Plants into Food Production for Soil Pollinator Health Dr Linda Hezel R N Ph D will describe production practices plant resources and the resulting soil and pollinator outcomes at Prairie Birthday Farm These outcomes have resulted from the 20 year transformation of the farmscape from a conventional row crop site to a diverse permaculture Linda owns Prairie Birthday Farm in Clay County MO where reconstructed prairie and native plants are incorporated into vegetables fruits herbs and edible flowers Produce from the farm is sold to area chefs and residents Farm research projects have been funded by the Missouri Department of Sustainable Agriculture and Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education SARE Soil research has been conducted on the Farm for the last eight years Articles about Linda and the Farm have appeared in such diverse publications as The Wall Street Journal The Missouri Prairie Foundation Journal Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems online bluestem the cookbook American Journal of Nursing and the Kansas City Star Native Trees for Pollinators Beneficial and Otherwise Beautiful Insects Alan Branhagan Director

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/grow-native-presentations-at-the-western/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Barnett Mountain Hike » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Natural History Biologist Susan Farrington for a rugged hike to the top of Barnett Mountain on Rocky Creek Conservation Area in Shannon County near Eminence Created one billion years ago by volcanic activity Barnett Mountain is encircled just below its peak with igneous glades with robust prairie grasses and amazing views This will be a steep off trail 1 5 mile hike up to the top a 1 mile loop

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/events/barnett-mountain-hike/ (2016-02-10)
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