|Rebecca McMackin is an ecologically obsessed horticulturist and garden designer. By day, she is the Director of Horticulture for Brooklyn Bridge Park, where she manages 85 acres of diverse parkland organically and with an eye towards habitat creation for birds, butterflies, and soil microorganisms. In her imaginary free time, Rebecca teaches and writes about landscape management and pollination ecology, as well as designs the occasional garden. She sits on the boards of Metro Hort Group and the Ecological Landscape Alliance.|
Classes by this instructor
NYBG's first-ever horticulture intensive provides a comprehensive introduction to current best practices in sustainable horticulture for our region. You'll learn how an informed approach to managing soil, site hydrology, and pests—coupled with choosing the right plants—can reduce the nee more...
|201HRT490||09/30||Mo 09:00am-03:00pm||Elmers McLaughlin McMackin Morrell Pierce Arcate Schuler||NYBG|