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Planting in a Post-Wild World: Designing Plant Communities for Resilient Landscapes
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We live in an increasingly globalized world where few wild places remain and nature has been relegated to isolated remnants of woodlands and wetlands. Now, more than ever, designers have the opportunity and responsibility to bring wildness and ecological value back into the landscape. This challenge requires a new form of planting design that works with natural principles and marries horticulture with ecology. This course is worth 1.5 CEUs

11/4/2015
When: Wednesday, November 4, 2015
6 pm - 7:30 pm
Where: Classroom, Main House Lecture Room 1
3120 Barley Mill Rd
Hockessin, Delaware  19707
United States

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We live in an increasingly globalized world where few wild places remain and nature has been relegated to isolated remnants of woodlands and wetlands. Now, more than ever, designers have the opportunity and responsibility to bring wildness and ecological value back into the landscape. This challenge requires a new form of planting design that works with natural principles and marries horticulture with ecology. Thomas and Claudia present a fresh approach to design, incorporating plant community-based strategies and the use of native plants to achieve the aesthetic and ecological goals of future landscapes.

For more information and to register, click here: Planting in a Post-Wild World

This lecture qualifies for 1.5 CEUs

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