Brown-bag presentations are held at noon the first Thursday of every month in UNL's Keim Hall Room 150.
FREE and bring your lunch if you want. For more information, call 402-472-2971 or email
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NOTE: NO January brown-bag

We're working on the schedule for 2017 presentations so let us know if there's a topic you would like us to cover. You can join us ONLINE the day of the presentations, beginning February 2, but there will NOT BE a January brown-bag.

PDFs from previous brown-bags:

Dec. 1. Natural Decorating, Bob Henrickson
Nov. 3. OUTDOOR tour of Backyard Farmer and Evasco Gardens, Kim Todd and Terri James
Oct. 6. A Time-travelling Forester in New York City, Graham Herbst
Sept. 1. Gardening with Kids of All Ages, Karen Creswell
Aug. 4. Overlooked Plants for Fall Color, Justin Evertson
NO Brown-bag in June or July
May 5. What’s Eating My Trees? Jennifer Morris
April 7. Spring Affair Picks pdf, Bob Henrickson
March 3.  What NOT to do in the Landscape - ("things that drive me nuts") Eric Berg
Febr. 4. Preferred Plants for Pollinators - Bob Henrickson
Jan. 7. Swiss Army Knife Landscaping - Graham Herbst

Dec. 3.  Best Evergreens for the Landscape – Todd Faller
Nov. 5. Gardens that Reflect Their Owners - various presenters
Oct. 1. Favorite Birds and Attracting them to the Garden – Dave Titterington. PDF - plants for birds & native plants for wildlife
Sept. 3. Our Amazing Prairie Plants – Bob Henrickson
Aug. 6. A Kid’s Eye View of the Landscape – Christina Hoyt
              NO Brown-bag in July
June 4. Environmentally Adapted Trees  – Heather Byers
May 7. Designing a More Beautiful Lincoln – Mark Canney
April 2.  Landscape Beauty of Western Nebraska – Amy Seiler  
March 5. Fun Container Gardens – Terri James (pdf uploaded here when available)
Feb. 5. Shaking the Winter Blues – Kim Todd  
Jan. 8. Photographing the Landscape – Eric Berg

2014 Brown-bags
Dec. 4. Holiday Decorating and the Winter LandscapeKristin Hain of Land Escapes, Inc.
Nov. 6. Let's Eat! The Landscape–Bob Henrickson, Maggie Pleskac / Maggie’s Vegetarian Café,  Nicole Seville / Open Harvest
Oct. 2. Showy Plants for the Late Season Garden–Graham Herbst and Kathleen Cue
Sept. 4. Fascinating Insects in the Landscape–Jim Kalisch
August 7. Trees and Shrubs that Can Take the Heat–Justin Evertson
July 10. Waterwise Landscapes: Tips and Tricks for the Home Landscape–Christina Hoyt
June 5. Wildflower Week: Native, Wild and in the Garden–Bob Henrickson