Class: Climate Change and Native Plants
Fri, November 6 @ 10:30 am EST - 12:30 pm EST
Climate change is a multifaceted challenge with numerous—and sometimes unexpected—contributing factors. To create solutions on a personal and manageable scale, we need to turn to the science.
This class will cover a brief history of climate change and address carbon and hydrological cycles, the earth’s heating and cooling systems, and the importance of wise landscape design, construction, and agriculture to mitigate climate change.
We will also discuss the role of native plants in the climate change conversation.
Instructor: Trevor Smith is a landscape designer in the Boston area. Trevor specializes in green stormwater infrastructure, such as permeable pavers and rain gardens, as well as in landscapes designed to maximize Earth’s systems while balancing them with the needs and desires of her human inhabitants. He is passionate about the natural world which inspires his commitment to ecological principles and practices and devoted to creating beautiful landscapes that provide clients with an oasis to reconnect with the natural world. Mr. Smith holds several landscape certifications, including MCH, NOFA AOLCP, LEEDGA, and IPCI, and he is also a past President of the Ecological Landscape Alliance and a current Trustee.
Tickets: $30 Members – $36 Non-Members
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