Do you want more roadside wildflowers in Florida’s Panhandle? If so, you are invited to attend a free meeting, open to all who are interested in the conservation of our wildflowers. “Working Together for Roadside Wildflowers” sponsored by the Florida Wildflower Foundation will be held on Jan. 19, 2017 from 9 a .m. – 4 p.m.
The event will be held at Panama City Gulf Coast State College, Advanced Technology Center, third floor, 5230 W. US Highway 98, Panama City, FL 32401
Agenda topics include:
-Doug Tallamy (author of Bringing Nature Home) keynote address on “Why Roadsides Matter”
– Current wildflower resolutions and wildflower areas throughout the Panhandle with reports from FDOT and county representatives
-Wildflower services available from state and national organizations such as the Florida Wildflower Foundation, U.S. and Florida Fish and Wildlife agencies, state parks, state and national forests
– Support available from local wildflower partners such as garden clubs, Florida Native Plant Society chapters, extension service programs including master gardeners, tourist and economic development organizations
– Reports on state and national research findings on pollinators and roadside wildflowers
There will be an opportunity for questions and discussions throughout the meeting.
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