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Organic Land Care Symposium 2014

If you haven’t registered for the Atlanta BeltLine Organic Land Care Symposium, there is still time! The all-day event will be held at the Atlanta Botanical Garden on Monday, August 25, and includes your choice of two morning educational sessions, a speakers’ roundtable, an afternoon session, and an address from our keynote speaker. Breakfast, lunch, and a morning snack will be provided and are included in the cost of admission. This is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with fellow land care professionals with a variety of backgrounds.

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Discounted tickets are available for early registrants, and student prices apply. Get your tickets before they are gone!

Paul Wagner, the President of New York Soil Food Web and the keynote speaker, will deliver the basics of soil biology and the role soil organisms play in keeping plants healthy. Other featured speakers include Chip Osborne of Osborne Organics, a panel put together by Spence Resonfeld of Arborguard and including Tradd Cotter of Mushroom Mountain, James Sotillo of Environmental Land Management, and Allan Streiff of Authentic Soil Regeneration .

The 2013 symposium was a resounding success with 100 attendees from across the state and region. Two educational sessions in the morning covered such topics as the state of the organic industry, ecological landscape management, remediating impact to urban ecosystems, no-fertilizer landscapes, turf grass management, and the importance of top-soil to the health of a landscape. See more photos from the event in our gallery.

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