Calendar of Events
Granite State Landscape Architects (GSLA) and AIA New Hampshire (AIANH) Joint Meeting at The Fells in Newbury, NH. Information and registration at: www.gsla-online.com/calendar.php
Identifying Late Season Grasses, UNH Professional Development & Training - Kingman Farm, Durham NH, 8:30 am-3:30 pm. Learn to identify late-season grasses (Family Poaceae) and asters (Family Asteraceae) occurring throughout NH. All levels of expertise are encouraged to attend. $175 (lunch included). For more information: http://extension.unh.edu/events, 603-862-7380
NHLA and UNHCE present the first Annual Safety Fest just for Landscapers. Contests, demonstrations, barbeque dinner, and a presentation....all at the Woodman Horticultural Research Farm at UNH, Durham, NH. Free, but you must register.
NHCLP Field Trip. Open to all NHLA members. Details
Tenth Annual Fairy House Tour, 11 am, Portsmouth. The world’s largest fairy house tour features more than 150 fairy houses built by creative professionals, community members and students on the grounds of Strawbery Banke, the Governor John Langdon House and Prescott Park; www.portsmouthfairyhousetour.com
Branching Out: Trees as Art. This exhibition explores the ways in which contemporary artists use trees as an inspiration as well as a medium for their art. Made from bark, wood, roots, seedpods, leaves and sap, more than thirty varied works and a selection of hands-on interactive opportunities consider our relationship with trees as a vital natural force; http://pem.org/
Northeast Greenhouse Conference & Expo, Mass Mutual Center, Springfield, MA. Exhibit booths are available; reserve your space by July 1st to save! As an exhibitor at the Northeast Greenhouse Conference & Expo, you'll make connections with over 1,000 attendees from the Northeast and Canada. This is an opportunity to showcase your products, services or equipment. For more information and to reserve your booth, go to: www.negreenhouse.org.
NHLA | NHPGA | UNHCE Joint Winter Meeting. More information to come.
New England Grows, newenglandgrows.org