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Ecology and the Designed Landscape
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Students in this course will explore the basics of plant ecology and the plant communities of western Pennsylvania and then learn to apply these ideas to the designed landscape.

10/7/2014
When: Oct 7, 14 & 21, 2014 and Oct 11
7:00 PM
Where: Phipps Garden Center
1059 Shady Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15213
United States
Contact: Sarah Bertovich
412-441-4442

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The fields of ecology and landscape architecture grew up together in the late 19th century. Their close alliance was nearly lost in the mid-20th century but has since been rediscovered as interest in ecological landscape design and sustainability has grown. Students in this course will explore the basics of plant ecology and the plant communities of western Pennsylvania and then learn to apply these ideas to the designed landscape. A field trip to a new plant community based landscape will help students see how these principles can be applied. 

For more information and to register click here:  Ecology and the Designed Landscape

This course qualifies for 8 PCH CEUs.

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