September 12: Plan It Native Kick-Off and Exhibit Hall (Boulevard Brewing Company, Kansas City)
September 13: Plan It Native Field Trips (Kansas City & St. Louis Area)
September 14-16: Plan It Native Virtual Conference
Can’t join us live? Recorded sessions are available to registered attendees for one year following the conference.
Native landscapes are essential for a healthy planet. The 2022 Plan It Native Landscapes Conference, hosted by Deep Roots and its partners, will offer more than 20 live, interactive sessions, three inspiring keynote speakers, and opportunities to connect with peers and sponsors. Sessions will include expert advice for landscapes small to large, as well as as well as a pre-conference beginners series focused on new native plant gardeners and enthusiasts.
With a mix of live, online content you can access from anywhere, and in-person Kansas City field trips, Plan It Native 2022 is the best of both worlds! Join us!
CEUs Available for: ASLA
Pennsylvania-based consultant, author, and photographer Rick Darke’s work is grounded in an observational ethic that blends ecology, horticulture, and cultural geography in the design and stewardship of living landscapes.
Dr. Roberts is the Founder and Director of the Public Health Outcomes and Effects of the Built Environment (PHOEBE) Laboratory as well as the Co-Founder and Co-Director of NatureRx@UMD
Nina-Marie Lister is Professor and Graduate Director in the School of Urban & Regional Planning at Ryerson University and Visiting Professor of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
All are welcome. Whatever your experience with native plants, you will find resources to grow your knowledge.
Previous attendees include:
students and educators
The goal of Plan It Native is to increase the appreciation, conservation, and use of native plants in the heartland.
Deep Roots is a collective impact organization of multi-sector partners. Together with our Partners, we work to increase native plant landscapes through educating, collaborating, and facilitating the planting of regenerative native landscapes that are essential for a healthy planet. Learn more at deeprootskc.org.
Plan It Native is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors.