Phytoremediation With Native Plants: How Native Plants Can Be Used to Clean Up Environmental Contaminants
Environmental Project Manager Eric Fuselier will discuss how to use native woody and herbaceous plants to improve soil, air, and water quality, and remove environmental contaminants from soil, air, and water. While this master class is open to all, it is designed for green industry professionals and technical information will be presented. The ideas and concepts presented in this workshop can be applied to a wide range of project types, from residential and commercial landscape design to large-scale environmental remediation projects.
The master class, to be held via Zoom, will include 50 minutes of instruction with at least 10 minutes for a question and answer period via chat. A recording of the webinar will be available only to those that registered. One CEU for landscape architects will be available.
Cost: free to all MPF dues-paying members and Grow Native! professional members, or $15 for non-members.
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Eric Fuselier is an Environmental Project Manager at Crafton Tull where he works with civil engineers and landscape architects to select native plant species for the rain gardens, bioswales, detention ponds, and commercial development projects they design. Eric is currently serving as the President of the Ozark Chapter of Wild Ones in northwest Arkansas, a non-profit organization dedicated to ”promoting environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities.”