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The Native Plant Society of New Jersey annual meeting returns on March 2, both in-person at Ocean County College and on Zoom.

Plants, like people, need communities to thrive. Native plants support their communities—their ecosystems—in many ways. They provide food for insects, birds, and other wildlife; serve as host plants for insect offspring; offer shelter; support soil creation; conserve water; and reduce runoff. Thus, a critical way that humans can support ecosystems is by sowing and cultivating native plants. For maximum success in those efforts, there are many factors to consider, from “right place, right plant” to landscaping strategies that communicate intentionality to surrounding human communities. In this conference, expert speakers—Sarah F. Jayne, Mariellé Anzelone, and Toshi Yano—explore those considerations as they apply to urban, suburban, and rural landscapes.

All In-Person tickets include a Zoom link.
All tickets include early access to the conference videos.
Tickets will not be available any other way.

Register today!

Lunch is included only for those who register by Friday, February 16
Bagels, muffins, and coffee will be available at registration
In-person members, based on your feedback we have made more time available for you to socialize and visit the tables.

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