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Keeping Invasive Plants out of Landscaping 1 11 17




Keeping Invasive Plants out of Landscaping 1 11 17

Invasive plants can cause significant damage to native ecosystems, and horticulture has been a top pathway for introducing invasive plants. Now that we know more about the environmental risk, how can we make sure landscaping does not cause problems in the future? Numerous efforts are making progress on this front, many with explicit support from the green industry.

The PlantRight partnership in California has brought together stakeholders to reach consensus on plant species that can voluntarily avoided. Efforts in other states have pursued both voluntary and regulatory lists. To ensure that invasive plant lists are developed with appropriate scientific basis and transparency, state invasive plant councils have developed a standard process. Such lists can be used to support green building codes. In California, recent inclusion of Cal-IPC’s invasive plant list in water-efficient landscaping guidelines and green building code point out challenges inherent in bridging between our evolving ecological understanding and sensible landscaping rules and guidelines.

Doug Johnson is Executive Director of the nonprofit, California Invasive Plant Council. Along with overseeing Cal-IPC’s programs, he currently serves on the executive board for the National Association of Invasive Plant Councils, and was the first chairperson of California’s Invasive Species Advisory Committee. He holds an MA in Geography from San Francisco State University and an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. As a leader in the land management community, Cal-IPC delivers science-based tools and trainings, facilitates implementation of landscape-level projects, and advocates for strong public policy. Current projects include screening potential future weeds, mapping giant reed across the Central Valley, and developing vulnerability indices for Sierra meadows and San Francisco Bay salt marshes. The 2016 Cal-IPC Symposium—the organization’s 25th—celebrates park stewardship in honor of the National Park Service Centennial.

This presentation is part of the Webinar Series "A Focus on Sustainability" prepared for landscape professionals and the public. The series is being presented through collaboration of the Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA), the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council (CCLC), & EcoLandscape California (ELC). Known regionally for their quality education programs, these organizations are working cooperatively to share knowledge and encourage conversations with landscape professionals from around the country and the globe.

Delaware Nursery and Landscape Association (DNLA). Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Professionals (PAEP). Sustainable Business Network of Philadelphia (SBN). Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council. Plant One Million. Businesses for the Bay. Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association (PLNA) is Pennsylvania's green industry trade association that advocates for the green industry and its members while building and demonstrating professionalism.

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2012 Awards For Landscape Excellence Presented By Pennsylvania Landscape Nursery Association Plna Nature S Accents

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The Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association (PLNA) is the leading trade association representing Pennsylvania's $6.8 billion green industry. Founded in 1904, its member landscape contractors, retail garden centers, wholesale nurseries and greenhouses produce outdoor living.... PLNA Members: Log In and Access Webinar Recordings. PLNA Employee Landscape Training & Green Industry Professional Development Courses. The PLNA Foundation and Penn State Extension collaborated to create and deliver on-demand online training courses to streamline your training...