5th Annual Native Plants Species Seminar

Please join us for the 5th Annual Native Plant Species Seminar

The Creative World of Native Plants



This Friday, May 3rd TLC’s Harry Statter will on a panel discussing designing native plant gardens at the 5th Annual Native Plant Species Seminar. Harry why to use native plants, how to use native plants, project examples, & giving resources for native plants.

The seminar features 8 different panels covering things in the realm of native plants. This seminar will be useful for the casual gardener, a seasoned botanist & even someone simply interested in learning more about the wonderful natives that grow in our region.

Why Natives?

Native plants provide an essential function to our landscape. They provide food for wildlife, filter impurities for ground water, keep the ecosystem in balance, stabilize soil, recycle CO2 and much much more. When used in your landscape they are beneficial for their ability to survive our climate, will use less water if the correct plant is planted in the correct location, and contribute to the overall unique western aesthetic that we all love so much.

“I was very excited to be invited to participate in the panel on designing with native plants and am looking forward to sharing my thoughts, TLC’s philosophies and hearing others input.”

-Harry Statter

A meadow of lupine and aspen
A meadow of lupine and aspen












Where: Teton Science Schools Jackson Campus in the Education Center located at 700 Coyote Canyon Road in Jackson, WY.

When: Friday, May 3rd 2013 from 8:00a-3:00p (includes breaks & lunch)

Cost: $10 donation (at door)

RSVP: Space is limited! Please RSVP with your name and contact info by Monday, April 29th to Rachel at the phone number (307) 733-2110 or via email at [email protected]

For more information about the event or the Teton Conservation District click here

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