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Hoosiers all over the state are celebrating our natural Indiana. And as more of us muster our friends, family and local resources we are beginning to understand that removing invasive plant species aid the healing process that our lands need to support native plants and ecosystems that we cherish. Dawn will share some of the inspiring and heartfelt work being done around the state by Hoosier volunteers that are collaborating with experts. Dawn will also share invasive species legislative updates and how each one of us can get involved. Have your boots, gloves and loopers handy because you’ll want to join these folks immediately.
Dawn Slack has been studying natural resources for over 30 years. She has worked for our military and state governments, as well as for-profit and not for profit entities. Her work and military lifestyle has led her coast to coast in the U.S. and to Europe where she has been privileged to study and manage our natural resources alongside many across the U.S. She currently resides in Nashville, Indiana where she works to share biological science research, inspire others to tackle invasive species issues and build collaboration for healthy lands, water, wildlife and people.
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
Participants will learn 1) what work is being done state wide to combat the invasive species problem, 2) what current Legislation is being put in place to address invasive species, and 3) what can be done on a local, community level to combat invasive species.
INASLA INPS 2023-6
Indiana Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects