Saturday, February 02, 2008

Sustainable Landscaping Symposium

What: Passion to Action – Professional Practices for Now and in the Future.
The Front Range Sustainable Landscaping Coalition presents a full day of inspiration and information about sustainable landscape design and construction.

Keynote Speaker: Kim Sorvig, author of Sustainable Landscape Construction: Land-use, Landscape Construction and Climate Change

When: February 14, 8am-4pm

Where: Denver Botanic Gardens

Registration: DBG at 720.865.3580 or, course #08 BLL250

Cost: $60.00 pre-registered or $75.00 at the door

Sponsored by Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver Water, Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado and the Front Range Sustainable landscaping Coalition.

See you there!


No Rain said...

My second try at posting a comment...
I love taking classes at our local Desert Botanical Garden. They are always excellent, and the surroundings can't be beat! I just got the new quarerly catalog of classes. This is a good reminder for me to start making decisions for spring classes!

jocelyn said...

Aiyana, I agree with you---it's always a treat to take a new class. Our public gardens, especially those that offer more formal educational opportunities are real community treasures.

Cecile said...

It's good that classes are still being offered for those who want to learn a thing or two about landscaping. Formal education is really needed for something like landscaping which not only requires time, effort, budget but art as well.

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Denver Built in BBQ said...

I wish I could have attended this one. Is there another class any time soon? Thanks.