We have two terrific landscape symposiums (or “symposia!”) coming up in our area. Both promise to offer a wealth of research-based information on a variety of western gardening topics. Registration is now open for both.
Coming up on March 17, 2012 is the sixth annual Western Landscape Symposium offered by the Pueblo County Extension office. It’s a full day, and tickets cost $18. A full schedule and registration information can be found here:
pueblo.colostate.edu/hor/WLS.shtml. (I’m especially intrigued by the session “Pollinators Exposed” presented by Marti Osborn of the Pueblo Zoo!)
And then on March 30 & 31st, we have the 2012 Peak to Prairie Landscape Symposium. This symposium is usually in February, but the venue and dates have changed this year. Friday will focus on trees for half of a day with workshops in the afternoon, and Saturday will be a full day of presentations. For a look at the full schedule and the registration options, visit this site: