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    Are Native-Species Planting Mandates Good for Biodiversity?

    Summary

    Many municipalities now require a certain percentage of native trees and shrubs in new landscape installations. Introduced woody species are increasingly perceived as undesirable, primarily because they are lumped together with their invasive counterparts. This presentation will summarize the current science regarding the effects of native and nonnative tree species on urban landscape stability. A more practical approach than simply mandating more native species will be suggested.

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    Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott has a Ph.D. in Horticulture from Oregon State University and is an ISA certified arborist.  She is WSU’s Extension Urban Horticulturist and an Associate Professor in the Department of Horticulture.  She is the author of three books: the horticultural myth-busting The Informed Gardener and The Informed Gardener Blooms Again, and Sustainable Landscapes and Gardens: Good Science–Practical Application, a comprehensive approach to the science behind urban horticulture and arboriculture.  She and three other academic colleagues host “The Garden Professors” blog, through which they educate and entertain an international audience. 

     

    Website:  http://www.theinformedgardener.com

    Blog:  http://www.gardenprofessors.com

    Books:  http://www.sustainablelandscapesandgardens.com

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