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Thursday, October 11th, 2018, 5:00 PM
Location: Algonkian Park – Woodlands Conference Center, 47001 Fairway Drive, Sterling, Virginia

Designed to provide practical help and useful information to move your community toward a healthier landscape. This second HOA forum on sustainable landscape management will provide the “why” and “why not” of native and invasive plants, as well as feature local HOA representatives for a discussion of their ongoing efforts and lessons learned. The event is co-hosted by The Piedmont Environmental Council, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, NOVA Prism and the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries.

While this event is free, pre-registration is required due to limited space!

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HOA leaders
HOA open space or grounds committee members
Landscaping company representatives
Management company representatives
Interested HOA residents
Learn from your peers–Several HOAs in our area have taken up the challenge of making their communities even better through healthier landscaping practices for a more positive impact on their surroundings. You’ll have a chance to learn from others’ experience with practical advice and specific ways to accomplish change in your community.


The Piedmont Environmental Council, NOVA Prism, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, Loudoun VCE Master Gardeners, Audubon at Home, Plant NOVA Natives and more


5 – 6 pm: Arrivals & Exhibits
6 – 7:15: Introductions, Natives and Invasives Review
7:15 – 9 pm: HOA Panel Discussion