Claudia West reveals the future of planting design in an inspiring presentation about a powerful alternative to traditional horticulture: designed plantings that function like naturally occurring plant communities. You will learn how plants fit together in nature and how to use this knowledge to create landscapes that are resilient, beautiful and diverse.
2017 ASLA Conference. Sunday 2:30pm. The Beauty of Drought.
As global temperatures rise, the intensity and frequency of droughts are expected to increase, creating a wide range of impacts. Illustrated with case studies from across the United States, this session explores the ecology and aesthetics of plantings that embrace and celebrate drought—both periodic and prolonged—to create beautiful, resilient, regionally expressive landscapes.
The Art and Science of Successful Planting, Finger Lakes Community College, 3325 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua, October 5, Stage 14, 6 p.m., featuring Claudia West, Author of "Planting in a Post-Wild World," free. sponsored by FLCC Horticulture Club, (585) 785-1623.
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Land8: Landscape Architects Network presents an evening of "lightning talks" with established and emerging leaders presenting on the theme "Innovation + Next Practices in Landscape Architecture."
8 speakers will speak for 8 minutes each. The event will be filmed and released on Land8.
Urban Growth – Perennial Plantings Beyond Nature is the first international conference of its kind. This three-day conference will gather international experts at the forefront of their fields talking about the future of cities, nature, and planting strategies
AS PART OF the Saturday, Aug. 19, Garden Conservancy Open Day and plant sale at Margaret Roach’s Copake Falls NY garden, native design expert Claudia West will be speaking for two events.