Webinar: Designing for Dry Stone Walling in the Landscape
Wed, September 8 @ 3:00 pm EDT - 4:00 pm EDT
This program has been granted Continuing Education Credits by APLD, ASLA, MALP and NOFA.
Sustainable and regenerative construction approaches within today’s landscape have become more and more imperative, especially when considering climate and habitat. Traditional dry stone construction methods offer several advantages when used in sustainable landscape construction. Daniel Peterson, HabAdapt Landscape Design, will touch on the history as well as some of the methods involved in dry stone construction. He will also discuss basic parameters for determining carbon footprint and other environmental implications when designing for dry stone walls.
Daniel Peterson is a Minneapolis based landscape designer who focuses on ecologically sound, full service landscape design and installation. A majority of his projects involve restorative practices incorporating native plant communities, permaculture practices, water management, and dry stone construction. Daniel holds a level III, Advanced dry stone craftsman certification and dry stone teaching certification with the Dry Stone Walling Association of Great Britain. Hel is also currently serving on the Board of Directors for The Stone Trust advocating for the recognition and advancement of the historic practice of Dry Stone construction. For more information about Daniel and HabAdapt Landscape Design please check his website habadapt.com or Instagram HabAdapt.
- Wed, September 8
- 3:00 pm EDT - 4:00 pm EDT
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