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Foodscape expert Brie Arthur to speak at Uniontown program

Shirley McMarlin
Noted horticulturist and foodscape expert Brie Arthur will speak at a March 23 program in Uniontown.

Noted horticulturist and foodscape expert Brie Arthur will speak at a March 23 program in Uniontown.

Hosted by Penn State Master Gardeners of Fayette County, the event is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Grayson House at 157 Riggin Hill Road.

Arthur will discuss how to interplant ornamentals with edibles to create a beautiful foodscape.

Author of the Amazon bestseller, “The Foodscape Revolution,” Arthur speaks around the country on a variety of horticulture topics, including sustainable, local food production. She has appeared as a correspondent on the PBS television show, “Growing A Greener World.”

In 2017, Arthur was named the first “Emerging Professional” by the American Horticultural Society. She is the founder of Emergent: A Group For Growing Professionals and vice president of the International Plant Propagators Society Southern Region. She studied landscape design and horticulture at Purdue University.

Her website is

Arthur’s Uniontown talk will include tips from her upcoming book, “Gardening With Grains.” The talk will be followed by lunch and a book-signing.

Fee is $50.

To reserve, visit Registration deadline is noon March 18.

Details: 724-438-0111 or email [email protected]

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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