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Designing with Ferns – the Dependable and the Divisive

Webinar replay from October 7, 2020

The northeast is home to over 70 different species of ferns. Leaving ferns out of your garden plans is to miss a lovely assortment of foliage, forms, and color. Ferns are tough and adaptable plants; many will thrive under a wide range of conditions. Learn about the diversity among ferns...

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Field Notes – A Holistic Guide for the Modern Land Steward

Webinar replay from September 28, 2020

This webinar covers a broad range of topics, including regenerative design, green infrastructure, adaptive strategies in the face of climate change, the importance of maintaining your own health and well being, and ways to challenge the norms in pursuit of authentic results.

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Why Rain Gardens Fail

Webinar replay from September 23, 2020

With appropriate planning, design, construction, and maintenance, rain gardens, bio-swales, and other stormwater treatment workhorses can be an artistic part of our landscapes, gardens, streetscapes, and public spaces.

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Protecting Pollinators

Webinar replay from March 23, 2020

We should thank a pollinator at every meal. These diminutive creatures fertilize a third of the crops we eat. Yet half of the 200,000 species of pollinators are threatened. Birds, bats, insects, and many other pollinators are disappearing, putting our entire food supply in jeopardy. In North America and Europe,...

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Organic Lawn Care: Healthier Lawns for People, Pets, and Pollinators

Webinar replay from February 26, 2020

We each have our own lawn care style — some are protective (mow, mow, mow!), while others take a more laid-back approach. No matter your style, there are ways to reduce the environmental impact of your lawn care practices. Organic lawn care isn’t difficult — in fact, it can save...

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Conservation, Education, and Community Building through Prairie Restoration

Webinar replay from February 10, 2020

The mission of the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains in Hesston, KS is to cultivate transformative relationships between people and the land. Since the Arboretum’s establishment in 1981, a major outlet of its mission has been to display horticultural landscaping with examples of small prairie pocket gardens, using native plants...

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Reliable Hydrangea Blooms? Choose Natives

Webinar replay from February 4, 2020

Of the seven species of hydrangeas sold in New England nurseries and garden centers, two of these species are native to the US. This presentation showcases many gorgeous new cultivars bred from these natives, which can be more adaptable to our climate and soil variations. Andi Ross will share the...

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The Role of Landscape in Our Global Environmental Crisis

Webinar replay from January 23, 2020

Many professionals in the green economy have environmentally noble goals but find it difficult to confirm that their work makes a measurable, positive impact on our global environmental crisis. In this presentation, Mr. Quinn will provide an overview of his company’s approach toward creating landscapes that positively influence the biosphere....

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Reconnecting Water, Soils, and Vegetation: Green Infrastructure in the Urban Environment

Webinar replay from January 15, 2020

Green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) can restore healthy waterways and revitalize urban communities but requires a multi-disciplinary design approach informed by ecology, community, engineering, and long-term maintenance. This presentation will explore several case studies of successful GSI projects in Philadelphia, focusing on examples of community engagement and ecological restoration to successfully...

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The Wet and Wild World of Constructed Wetlands

Webinar replay from December 10, 2019

Constructed stormwater wetlands utilize a complex system of physical, chemical, and biological processes to address stormwater pollutants from impervious surfaces. They are one of many green infrastructure tools to manage and protect the quality of stormwater into nearby water bodies and beyond. Furthermore, as a stormwater asset, these practices are...

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Bell’s Woodland – Creating a Native Garden from Disturbed Woodland at Chanticleer

Webinar replay from December 3, 2019

Developing a native woodland garden, in suburban areas, comes with specific challenges such as soil degradations and erosion, abundance of invasive exotic plant species, and a need to manage stormwater runoff. In his presentation, Mr. Walczak will discuss soil restoration, evaluating the effectiveness of different methods for a variety of...

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Climate Change and Its Effects on Trees and Their Relationship to Insects

Webinar replay from October 29, 2019

[caption id="attachment_77523" align="alignright" width="300"] National Park Service Photo[/caption] After slowly cooling throughout the past millennium, Earth has substantially warmed over the last 40 years, and effects on trees and insects are already apparent. There is a strong scientific consensus that this warming is caused by human emission of greenhouse gases....

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