Webinar: Sharing the Adventure – Design Communications for Ecological Landscapes
Wed, December 15 @ 12:00 pm EST - 1:00 pm EST
This program has been granted Continuing Education Credits by APLD, MALP and NOFA. Additional credits are being sought; check back for updates.
When a designed landscape succeeds, it’s a sign that there’s been strong communication across the project team. It means that the designers understand the clients’ goals and resources, and that the clients understand how their new landscape will look, how it will change, and how it will be managed over time.
In this presentation, Toby Wolf will explore strategies for making the design process a shared adventure.
Toby Wolf is a landscape architect whose designs connect people with the natural world. His work includes planning and design for Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Wellesley College, the Native Plant Trust, Cornell Botanic Gardens, Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery, and for homeowners throughout the Boston area. Mr. Wolf is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Cornell University and has taught at Cornell, RISD, SUNY ESF, and the Landscape Institute. He serves on the Horticulture Committee of the Friends of the Public Garden and on the board of the Ecological Landscape Alliance.