Ecological Landscape Symposium



2015 Landscape Design Symposium

26th Annual Symposium
Thursday, Jan. 15 and Friday, Jan. 16
Evans Hall, Cummings Arts Center
Connecticut College, New London, CT

Evolving Strategies for Evolving Landscapes:

Beyond the Garden Bed

To work with the land today means dealing with dramatic change. Factors from landscape fragmentation to accidental species introductions have made it difficult to establish resilient plant communities. Yet increased interested in ecology, landscape performance and natural aesthetics has created significant need to establish these landscapes successfully and consistently. Our two-day conference will explore how to interact with the complex, evolving realities of today's landscapes and those of the future.

CEUs available for landscape architects, APLD members, arborists and horticulturists.

Featured speakers include:

Warren Byrd, Jr. is a landscape architect and founder of Nelson Byrd Woltz, Professor Emeritus of the University of Virginia and a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects. A major focus of his work has been the understanding and adaptation of natural systems and regional plant communities.

Robert Poore is a landscape architect and founding principal of Native Habitats, Inc in Flora, Mississippi. He has over 50 years experience in the green industry and has focused on native plant communities for the past 39 years.

Bernd Blossey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University. His research addresses biological weed control, factors determining the competitiveness of invasive plants and the effect of plant invasions and their management on native ecosystems.

For full speaker roster, view the complete Ecologocial Landscape Symposium 2015 PDF Brochure.

Register Now!

Register online using our secure online registration.

To register by mail, please fill out registration form located in PDF below and send with check to:

Connecticut College Arboretum
New London, CT 06320

Complete Ecologocial Landscape Symposium 2015 PDF Brochure with description of presentations, speaker biographies and mail-in registration form.

Accomodations:

Clarion Inn, 860-442-0631. Mention Connecticut College Landscape Symposium. Reserve before Jan. 1 for discounted rate.

Contact Information:
Phone:
860-439-5020
Email arbor@conncoll.edu
Connecticut College
Arboretum
Box 5201
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320