JOIN US FEBRUARY 15-16 FOR PLAN IT NATIVE

Kauffman Conference Center and The Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center

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2024 KEYNOTE & LUNCHEON SPEAKERS

DESIREE NARANGO, PhD.

Dr. Narango is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Massachusettes-Amherst. Her current research explores how urbanization and tree communities shape habitat use and quality for migratory birds en route.

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NEIL DIBOLL

Neil Diboll is a pioneer in the native plant industry and recognized internationally as an expert in native plant ecology. Diboll released his newest book, the Gardener’s Guide to Prairie Plants, in March 2023.

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ROY DIBLIK

Roy Diblik is an American perennial garden designer, plant nurseryman, and author of The Know Maintenance Perennial Garden. He co-owns the Northwind Perennial Farm in Burlington, Wisconsin and has been involved in many high-profile garden designs over the years.

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND PLAN IT NATIVE? YOU!

All are welcome. Whatever your experience with native plants, you will find resources to grow your knowledge. CEUs will be available as well.

Previous attendees include:

municipalities
parks departments
landscape architects

students and educators
conservation agencies
nonprofit organizations
landscapers

nurseries
naturalists
home gardeners

The goal of Plan It Native is to increase the appreciation, conservation, and use of native plants in the heartland.

Together with our multi-sector 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.

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