Handouts for the 2017 Conference will be posted here as they become available. In an effort to save paper, we will not be printing the handouts. We encourage participants to follow along on a tablet/laptop OR print out ahead of time (if needed). 

WEDNESDAY – Workshops and Field Trips

Invasive Weed Walk (no handout)

The Nature of Drawing VII (no handout)

The Path of Plant Propagation:  From Ecotype to South Africa – see below for Culture Sheets and Planting Guides

THURSDAY – Sessions

Assisted Diversification for the Anthropocene

Pawpaw:  The Story of America’s Forgotten Fruit (no handout)

A1. Delaware Botanic Gardens – From a Humble Beginning to an Amazing Reality (no handout)

A2. Plants for 5 Senses (no handout)

A3. Economic Ecology – Floodplain Restoration, Maximizing Economic Returns (handout will be provided in session)

A4. Beyond Honey Bees – Native Bees Need Our Help!  http://www.pollinatorsnativeplants.com/plant-lists–posters.html  and NativeBeeHandoutPennsylvania

B1. The New South Garden at Mt. Cuba Center

B2. Woodland Wonders from the Wild

B3. Wilding the Urban Landscape

B4. Nature Journaling in the Garden (handout will be provided in session)

Designing and Managing Storm Resilient Landscapes – Storm Prep Handout

FRIDAY – Sessions

New Tools to Solve an Old Problem, the Return of the American Chestnut (no handout)

The Pollination of Native Plants – PollinationHandoutPennsylvania

C1. Native Lilies – Native Lilies Handout GDT

C2. Water in the Landscape

C3. Exploring Grafting for Conservation and Scientific Purposes

C4. Bringing the Magic of Meadows to School and Communities  BHWP Pocket Meadow

D1. Encouraging Biodiversity in the Concrete Jungle (no handout)

D2. Super-Tough: Native Plants for Difficult Situations – Supertough Plants

D3. Roadside Habitat Management Strategies that Promote Native Flora and Their Pollinators  Gardening and Landscaping Practices for Nesting Native Bees

D4. Down & Dirty.Soil Basics

Balancing Culture and Ecology:  The Horticultural Passion of Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects (no handout)