Now in our fifth year, the goal of the Cleveland Pollinator and Native Plant Symposium is to educate and inspire homeowners, garden clubs, landscape architects and designers, horticulturists, botanists, naturalists, educators, conservationists and anyone eager to learn about creating pollinator and wildlife habitats using native plants and trees to promote biodiversity and ecological resilience.
Join in the conversation with nine national and regional experts to increase your knowledge of pollinators, native plants and planting designs that are robust and form ecologically valuable alliances. Our focus is on shifting traditional horticultural practices to creating landscapes for beauty, biodiversity, and a sustainable ecosystem. The program encourages participants to connect, exchange ideas and share information with each other and the speakers.
Thank you to Holden Forests and Gardens for hosting the 5th Annual Cleveland Pollinator and Native Plant Symposium at the Cleveland Botanical Garden, and our many symposium sponsors and vendors. The all-day symposium includes a light breakfast, lunch and refreshments.
This year we are pleased to be adding a second day of field trips which are FREE to symposium attendees. Watch our website for more details in coming months.
CEUs will be available.