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New Directions in the American Landscape: Assessing and Reassessing Ecological Design
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In this two-day program, influential practitioners, both established and emerging, will examine some of the dead ends and fruitful paths traveled by ecological design over the last 25 years, and the changes that these experiences suggest going forward.

1/16/2014 to 1/17/2014
When: January 16 & 17, 2014
Where: Temple University Ambler Campus
Ambler, PA 
Contact: 215-247-5777

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Practices that were new and innovative in 1990, when this conference series began, may be commonplace today ... or even wrong.  In this two-day program, influential practitioners, both established and emerging, will examine some of the dead ends and fruitful paths traveled by ecological design over the last 25 years, and the changes that these experiences suggest going forward.

 For more information and to register click here:  New Directions in the American Landscape

 This symposium qualifies for 12 PCH and Landscape Industry Certified CEUs.

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