Andrew Rohrbaugh from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources’ Bureau of Forestry for a talk about the value of planting native Pennsylvania plants and flowers to beautify and improve your landscaping. Andrew Rohrbaugh grew up in southcentral Pennsylvania, and received his B.S. in Environmental Studies at Gettysburg College and M.S. in Biology at Shippensburg University. He now works as an ecologist for the PA Bureau of Forestry, where he helps protect native wild plants and manages the invasive plants that threaten them. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening, hiking, hunting, and raising his two sons to enjoy the great outdoors!
Presentations will start at 12:15 PM and will last approximately 20 minutes followed by a question and answer period.
The State Museum will reopen with limited hours and with limited timed tickets on Friday, April 30, 2021. Visit statemuseumpa.org/reopening for more information regarding reopening.
Sessions will be presented over Zoom and are free, but registration is required. Once registration is complete, attendees will receive an attendance link and password for all of the sessions listed.