MPF and Grow Native! Webinars and Master Classes

September 22, 2020 | News

Get excited for our new MPF and Grow Native! webinars! Thanks to your post-webinar survey feedback we learned that you want more, so we are bringing back our free webinars as well as new master class webinars! These master classes will give a more in-depth look at topics selected from your suggestions, including Q&A time with the presenters. Our standard webinars will still be free to all, and our master classes will be $15 for non-members or free to all MPF dues-paying members (including Grow Native! professional members and their staff). Registration is required for each individual event.

Fall Webinar and Master Class Series:

Sept. 30: Master Class: Scott Woodbury: Landscaping with Goldenrods & Asters. Register here.
Oct. 7: Webinar: Jennifer Hopwood: Pollinator Overview. Register here.
Oct. 14 Master Class: Mike Arduser: Pollination and Pollinators of Missouri’s Flora. Register here.
Oct. 21 Master Class: Eric Fuselier: Ozark Native Plants for Residential Landscapes. Register here.
Oct. 28: Webinar: Dr. Alice Tipton: The Role of Mycorrhizal Fungi in Prairie Remnants and Plantings. Register here.
Nov. 11: Master Class: Carrie Coyne & Elliott Duemler: Landscaping with Native Sedges. Register here.
Nov. 18: Webinar: Ethan Duke & Dana Ripper: Winter Sparrows–A Challenge but a Joy! Register here.
Dec. 2: Webinar: Dr. Ed Spevak: Gardening for Beneficial Insects. Register here.
Dec. 9: Webinar: Paula Diaz: Healthy, Happy Habitat. Register here.
Dec. 16: Master Class: Jerod Huebner: Invasive Plant Management on Grasslands. Register here.

Photo: Bruce Schuette


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