Sustainability Intensive Workshop
Creating and maintaining healthy, beautiful landscapes that minimize fertilizer, water, pesticides and time is the aim of every forward-thinking contemporary gardener or designer.
Developed by NYBG's Horticulture Department and School of Professional Horticulture, this in-depth and interactive workshop provides a comprehensive, real-world overview of current best horticultural practices for our region.
Ten, half-day workshops over five days, taught by expert practitioners combine field lectures, classroom case studies, and Garden site tours for a firm foundation in ecological design and sustainable practices.
Role of Sustainable Landscapes
Jessica Arcate Schuler
Understanding and Managing Change in Sustainable Landscapes and Restored Ecosystems
Todd Forrest, Michael Hagen
Soil Principles and Practices
Rebecca McMackin, Chris Roddick
Soil Practices: Protecting Soil during Construction and Planting
Habitat, Ecosystem and Hydrology Improvements in an Ultra-Urban Environment
Irrigation Practices: Storm Water Management and Treatment for the Landscape
Sustainable Plant Health Care Practices
NYBG Site Visit to Main Lawns, Azalea Garden, Rose Garden, Lilac Collection
Don Gabel, Kurt Morrell
Adam Dooling, Brian Sullivan
Plant Practices: Tour of Native Plant Garden
Adam Choper, Michael Hagen
Available CEUs: DEC (8.75), ASLA (25), APLD (11.5), SER (10),
ISA-CA (25), ISA-MA (12.5), ISA-BCMS (12.5 each for both Science and Practical)
Support generously provided by David G. Tisch
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