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Upcoming APLDCT conference

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The March conference is open to industry professionals in the Conn., N.Y., and Mass. area.

| January 10, 2014

Conference Title: “Designing Paradise: Creating Gardens with Hedges, Walls, and Fences”

Organization: Connecticut Chapter of The Association of Professional Landscape Designers (APLDCT)

Date: Wednesday March 5, 2014

Location:    Courtyard by Marriott
                     4 Sebethe Drive
                    Cromwell, CT 06416

Time: 8:30 – 4:00

Speakers: Robert Thorson (UCONN), Bonnie Gale (Living willow hedges), Dan Snow (Stone mason), Matthew Willinger (Lead designer, Doyle Herman Associates), plus we expect to add one more speaker.

Cost:    Early bird (prior to Feb 5, 2014)                  APLD member - $60.00                  Non APLD Member - $75.00
              Feb 5, to week of event                                APLD member - $80.00                  Non APLD Member - $95.00

Amenities: Continental breakfast, buffet Lunch, and coffee/tea included
                     Discounted room rates available

Sponsorship: Sponsorship opportunities available – This event is being marketed to Green industry professionals In the Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts area.

For more information on attending or sponsorship, please contact

Scott Hokunson
Board member APLDCT and Conference co-chair
Blue Heron Landscape Design
860-735-6064 Office
860-982-8635 Cell
scott@blueheronlandscapes.com

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