Urban Roots: Transforming the Urban Landscape

When January 27, 2018, 9:00 AM
Where UNC Charlotte Center City, 320 E. 9th St., Charlotte 28202
Website https://gardens.uncc.edu/symposium
Speaker(s) Joe Lamp’l, Thom Duncan, Tradd Cotter and Robin Moore and Mary Archer
Registration Details & Deadlines Last day to register January 23, 2018, at gardens.uncc.edu/symposium
Cost $85 early-bird registration, $100 after December 22
Who is Invited General Public, UNC Charlotte campus community
Parking Details Complimentary parking passes provided with registration. Parking information will be emailed to those who register shortly before the event.
As the green heart of North Carolina’s urban research university, the UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens will host an all-day symposium on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, that focuses on transforming the urban landscape. Keynote speaker Joe Lamp’l, creator and host of national public television series Growing a Greener World® will introduce some of his favorite urban gardening heroes from past shows and will inspire listeners with innovative ideas that urban gardening can bring to communities. Joining Joe Lamp’l will be Thom Duncan of Charlotte’s Friendship Gardens, Tradd Cotter of Mushroom Mountain, and the team of Robin Moore and Mary Archer of the Natural Learning Initiative at North Carolina State University. Visit https://gardens.uncc.edu/symposium/ for information and to register.
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