New Directions in the American Landscape (NDAL) Symposium

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A Virtual Symposium 2021

Guiding Theory into Reality:
It Don’t Mean a Thing if the Landscape Don’t Sing

January 21 & 22, 2021 from 1 - 4:30 p.m. and 
January 28 & 29, 2021 from 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

The 2021 Ecological Landscape Symposium will be held virtually and spread over four interactive half-days. Details on speakers will be posted late October and registration opens early November. 

Fees (per person):
Full Bundle, Days 1-4 | $180 if registration is received online or postmarked by Dec. 16, 2020
Full Bundle, Days 1-4 | $200 if registration is received online or postmarked after Dec. 16, 2020
Individual Days | $50 per day if registration is received online or postmarked by Dec. 16, 2020
Individual Days | $60 per day if registration is received online or postmarked after Dec. 16, 2020

Student Rate (with student ID):
Full Bundle, Days 1-4 | $90 if registration is received online or postmarked by Dec. 16, 2020
Full Bundle, Days 1-4 | $100 if registration is received online or postmarked after Dec. 16, 2020
Individual Days | $25 if registration is received online or postmarked after Dec. 16, 2020
Individual Days | $30 per day if registration is received online or postmarked by Dec. 16, 2020

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

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The 2020 speakers included:

Abra Lee - Owner, Conquer the Soil, a brand at the intersection of plants and pop culture

William Bryant Logan - Certified Arborist and notable author of Sprout Lands: Tending the Endless Gift of Trees (2019)

Anne Lacouture Penniman - Founder, Anne Penniman Associates

Michael Piantedosi - Director of Conservation, Native Plant Trust (formerly New England Wildflower Society)

Przemek Walczak - Horticulturist, Chanticleer Garden

Larry Weaner - Principal & Founder, Larry Weaner Landscape Associates; New Directions in the American Landscape

 See brochure for full list of speakers. 

Landscape Symposium Brochure 2020

Sponsored by:
New Directions in the American Landscape (developed by Larry Weaner Landscape Associates)
Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Connecticut College Arboretum