Christina Kobland to lecture at Delaware Recreation & Parks Society Annual Conference February 22, 2012

Christina Kobland, Ecological Solutions Lecturer

I’ve been invited to participate as a speaker at the annual Delaware Recreation amd Parks Society Conference at the Atlantic Sands Hotel in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware on February 22, 2012.

My lecture on Building Biodiversity as a Best Practice in Landscape  Management will be accompanied by an insightful  power point presentation and anecdotal  information drawn from years of experience working with native plant and wildlife  habitats.

I’ll explain the many benefits of using indigenous species in landscape  development,  I’ll describe some of my professional projects, and I’ll share with you the magic of living within the four-acre native landscape I created which surrounds my home.

I’ll  also share with you the sweat and science that went into the development of of my live turf product FlightTurf™,  an innovative, patent-pending approach to wildlife control which involves the research, selection, testing, and managed use of a low-input turfgrass – requiring just one mow per year – to discourage deer and geese from gathering to graze in hazardous areas such as highways and airfields.

I hope all my Delaware friends will be available to join me and the other excellent speakers — including  Joseph “Beau” Biden, III — at the conference in Rehoboth Beach on February 22d and 23rd.

 

 

About Christina Kobland

Founder, east33.org; President and Founder, Native Return, LLC
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