Eastern Native Grass Symposium

The ENGS will be a three day event held August 29 – 31, 2016 at the Tropicana Conference Center, Evansville, IN.  This is the first time in the symposium history that this conference has been in this part of the country.  If it is going to be in Indiana, we are going to make it a big and memorable event!

Hot topics include “Improving Soil Health with Native Forages” by Ray Archuleta; “The Art of using Pollinators” by John Foster and “Utilizing Native Warm Season Grasses for Grazing” by Steve Clubine and much more!  The symposium attendance will include attendees from all across the Midwest and Southern states and we expect this ENGS to be a record breaking event.  There will be speakers on Monday and Tuesday of the symposium with tours on Wednesday morning. Tours will be on Grazing & Wildlife in Warrick County, Patoka Fish & Wildlife Refuge in Gibson County and Angel Mounds-Pollinators-Urban WSG’s, and Green-Roof in Vanderburgh County. Register early to get your choice of tours.

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