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Allied Partner Events



Event: Green, Quiet & Healthy: A Regional Workshop for Land Care Professionals


  • Wednesday, May 8 – 10:00 am to 1:00 pm EST


  • Cary Memorial Hall – 1605 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington MA 02420

Learn more and register for the event here, or by scanning the QR code in the flyer below!

A partnership of Quiet Communities & The American Green Zone Alliance


Event: 35th Annual Design Symposium: Landscape, Ecology & Culture


  • Wednesday and Thursday, January 10-11, 2024
  • Wednesday and Thursday, January 17-18, 2024

Locations: (In person and virtual options available.)

  • Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
  • Connecticut College, New London, CT

Learn more and register for the program here.

A partnership of:

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


Events to Note (listings indicate local time unless otherwise noted)


November 28 Advanced Studies in Professional Horticulture; Boothbay, ME; 9:00 am-2:30 pm


URI Cooperative Extension Learn at Home Webinar Series

Deep Roots: Native Plants at Noon

FIRST Fridays; 4:00-4:40 ET on Instagram Live, experienced Black women farmers answer audience questions about gardening, livestock, agroforestry, plant medicine, and food preservation.



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DISCLAIMER: ELA is a facilitation organization and provides educational materials to further the discussion and sharing of views among ecological landscaping and other interested professionals. ELA does not endorse either the views or the products that are discussed or promoted by the presenters. ELA does not endorse or certify any of the non-ELA events listed herein and is not responsible for the accuracy of the listing of said events, including dates, or the information promoted therein.


Thank you Penny for making this delightful series available to members of the GCFM. [A Walk in the Garden webinars] have been one of my favorite hours each week this springtime. The speakers have been top notch subject experts who have excellent teaching skills to boot. Their photo presentations have been beautiful and informative. All around an excellent series!

Linda N