Ecosystems and Plants Native to the Palm Beach Barrier Island by George Gann, Executive Director and Chief Conservation Strategist for the Institute of Regional Conservation

START DATE | TIME
Monday, February 7, 2022
5:30pm
END DATE | TIME
Monday, February 7, 2022
7:00pm
LOCATION
Event Address

Pan's Garden, 386 Hibiscus Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
United States

Members Only

Gates open at 5:30pm

Lecture begins at 6pm

Explore the history of native plants on the island of Palm Beach, including rare and interesting species, and how we can use native botanical resources to contribute to a sustainable future. This presentation will describe how the development of the island and the introduction of non-native plants has altered the ecosystems inherent to the island, why that matters, and how we can all contribute to the restoration and recovery of native plants and beneficial wildlife on the island.

 
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George Gann
George Gann

Members Only

Gates open at 5:30pm

Lecture begins at 6pm

Explore the history of native plants on the island of Palm Beach, including rare and interesting species, and how we can use native botanical resources to contribute to a sustainable future. This presentation will describe how the development of the island and the introduction of non-native plants has altered the ecosystems inherent to the island, why that matters, and how we can all contribute to the restoration and recovery of native plants and beneficial wildlife on the island.

 
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George Gann
George Gann
Category
Garden Lecture