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Saturday, April 9, 2016

Famous Flower Professor Coming To Town

Fairhope, Alabama




Professor Warner


FREE SEMINARS PLANNED

Fairhope wins AIB awards
Next Wednesday Harvard-trained Katy Moss Warner, professor emeritus of the American Horticulture Society (clk), will be visiting the city and giving seminars about the benefits of gardening at the civic center:

"Making America a nation of gardeners, a land of gardens" is the society's motto.

Moss is also president of the America in Bloom non-profit organization (clk): the city won several awards last Summer at its annual meeting (clk).

The first seminar at 10 AM will bean informational session for the general public and the second mostly for interested government officials.



Press release:

While in Fairhope, Katy will host a workshop at 10 a.m. for the general public, local garden clubs and master gardeners and then a second workshop at 4 p.m. for local elected officials and city staff. The agenda for the meetings are below.

 

April 13, 10 a.m. , Fairhope Civic Center

Getting Involved – Planting Pride in Your Community

This session will be open to the general public, local garden clubs and master gardeners and will last approximately 2 hours. Katy will cover the AIB program and how to involve the community in the process. She will also engage the audience in discussions on landscape, heritage preservation, floral displays, urban forestry and environmental efforts.

 

April 13, 4 p.m., Fairhope Civic Center

America in Bloom – What it Can Mean for Your Community

          This session is open to city staff and local elected officials. Katy will introduce the AIB framework and introduce other communities to AIB and the positive benefits it could have for your community.

 







4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just what we need, another "flower" expert.

Anonymous said...

uh oh ... stop hatin' on flowers will ya?

Anonymous said...

I bet jennifer's nervous. like a final exam back in the day at AU ...

Anonymous said...

Ha HA , are you referring to Auburn? I have news for you, as someone from out of state . Auburn is not a big deal at all. I laugh every time someone boast about attending Auburn. I had a neighbor that always talked down to me because I did not attend college. Her husband "ATTENDED" Auburn . I would just hang up the phone and laugh my head off! I was a master colorist and stylist in my day and am very confident that I made more than her husband. Don't judge people by college because you just make a fool of yourself!