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Matthew Urbanski will describe his approach to highlighting delight as a design imperative and how this translates into creating memorable environments for play. The core impulse behind garden-making is the pursuit of delight. Similarly, landscapes of play exist solely to more...
10/23 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Urbanski
For 20 years, Thomas Woltz, FASLA, CLARB, NZILA, has practiced landscape architecture at the intersection of art, ecology and culture. As the owner of Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects (NBW), he has led the design of public parks across North more...
11/05 Mo 06:30pm-07:30pm Woltz
It was never the aim of Humphry Repton to be great. After famed English gardener Capability Brown died, Repton took over his business, hoping to make an easy living, trotting out landscapes in the familiar Brown tradition. But as advocates more...
11/16 Fr 10:00am-11:30am Phibbs
William Kenny, an expert in ecological planning and design, will examine a variety of factors that are essential to extraordinary wetland management. He'll highlight the successes from restoration projects his firm has completed on relatively small, suburban residential properties, including more...
11/27 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Kenny
Our gardens are places of beauty, sources of food, and expressions of our creativity. They are also windows into the magic of nature and are inextricably connected to the natural world that sustains us. But can our gardens help clean more...
11/28 We 10:00am-12:30pm Weaner
In the first half of the 19th century, a social revolution was born in the Hudson River Valley that would help define the character of the young American nation. Landscape designer Andrew Jackson Downing was the leader of this movement, more...
12/07 Fr 10:00am-11:30am Chisholm
Why do we feel contemplative in Japanese gardens and architecture? Can our physical environment foster mindfulness? Yoko Kawai, lecturer at Yale School of Architecture, examines how Japanese spatial concepts such as ma (in-between-ness), utsuroi (transience), and yugen (the unknown) create more...
12/18 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Kawai
Drawing on her experiences designing more than 45 New York City public spaces, and a lifetime of challenges in her own garden, Lynden B. Miller shares how she looks at a sit—what's there and what could be—and how she visualizes more...
01/22 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Miller
There are many points of entry into the gardening life. For some it begins in childhood; some come to it through other disciplines. Three distinguished and passionate practitioners share their philosophies, their stories, and the lessons they have learned along more...
01/31 Th 10:00am-11:30am Stewart
" I think I may be a better person for having given serious time and thought and effort to gardening."

Martha Stewart's lifelong love of gardening began as she planted alongside her father in their backyard family plots. Those early more...
01/31 Th 10:00am-11:30am Stewart
As temperatures rise and precipitation patterns shift, it is essential for designers to consider how to select, place, and care for plants that will thrive in today's conditions, as well as tomorrow's. Landscape architect, plantsman, and author Travis Beck discusses more...
02/19 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Beck
" The landscapes we make outlast us by many years therefore they must be dignified with thought and love."

Self-taught, and with a lifelong interest in natural landscapes, gardens, and architecture, Jinny Blom launched her landscape design practice in more...
02/28 Th 10:00am-11:30am Blom
Beatrix Farrand was one of the most influential and innovative garden designers of the early 20th century and the only female charter member of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Over a 50-year career, she completed design commissions at the more...
03/15 Fr 10:30am-12:00pm Miller
Sakonnet Garden is a long-term personal experiment with plants and planting design. While working in New York, John Gwynne and his partner, Mikel Folcarelli, built a hidden garden in coastal Rhode Island that evolved into a series of intimate garden more...
03/19 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Gwynne
"I garden because I cannot help myself."

Called back to her childhood home at age 25 to care for an ailing widowed parent, Margaret Roach sought refuge in self-prescribed backyard horticultural-therapy experiments. Thirty years ago she dug up her young more...
03/28 Th 10:00am-11:30am Roach