Lincoln University Cooperative Extension’s Native Plants Program will offer a lecture by David Tylka on Native Landscaping for Wildlife and People on August 29th at 11:00 am.
David Tylka is the author of the book, Native Landscaping for Wildlife and People. He teaches native landscaping and Ozark ecology at St. Louis Community College at Meramec and is an educator, biologist, author and photographer.
The talk will focus on Missouri natives and ideas that can inspire landowners to landscape with native plants.
The Lecture starts at 11:00 am in Scruggs University Center Ballroom on Lincoln’s Campus, 819 Chestnut Street. The presentation will be followed by a book signing, a reception featuring native plant food samples and a tour of the Native Plant Outdoor Laboratory in front of Allen Hall, 900 Chestnut Street.
Free Parking at Dickinson Research Center, 1219 Chestnut Street, is available. Shuttles will run at 10:00 am and 10: 45 am, and twice after the event.
The Event is free, but registration is required. To register, please send name, address, email address, and phone number to Shirley Downing – DowningS@LincolnU.edu or Nadia Navarrete-Tindall – Navarrete-TindallN@LincolnU.edu.
Sponsored by: LU Cooperative Extension Native Plants Program, Sprouts and Roots Program and Intergrated Pest Management Program; Grow Native! and the Missouri Prairie Foundation, and the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.