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Forest Bathing 101

Webinar replay from September 22, 2021

A Focus on Sustainability, Season 9 - Join us for an interactive, meditative “stroll” guided by Judy Beaudette, who explains the history behind forest bathing (shinrin yoku in Japan), a research-based mindfulness practice that offers wellness through immersion in nature. Read full description.

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Water Infiltration and Improved Soil Carbon Storage

Webinar replay from September 15, 2021

A Focus on Sustainability, Season 9 - Ann English will explore strategies for increasing the carbon storage capacity of soil, including adding biochar, for increasing both carbon and infiltration capacities. She also will look at techniques for restoring degraded and eroded lands through planting and mulching. Read full description.

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Designing for Dry Stone Walling in the Landscape

Webinar replay from September 8, 2021

A Focus on Sustainability, Season 9 - Learn about the traditional dry stone construction methods with Daniel Peterson, HabAdapt Landscape Design, and discover the sustainability advantages of dry stone walls. Read full description.

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A Piet Oudolf Story with Deborah Chud

Webinar replay from June 30, 2021

A Walk in the Garden ELA Member Event. Join us for a glimpse into Deborah Chud’s: Piet Oudolf Story. The presentation traces Deborah's discovery of Oudolf's work, her research on his plant combinations, and her use of that research to create a garden in his style.

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Beautiful and Tough Natives Shine in Uncertain Times

Webinar replay from June 23, 2021

A Walk in the Garden Member Event - In addition to providing valuable native plant information, Teri Speight's presentation will inspire you to spend time in the garden and to consider native plants for your next garden project.

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Fundamentals of Garden Layers

Webinar replay from June 16, 2021

A Walk in the Garden - When designing any garden, there is an opportunity to eschew the norms of beauty as the only priority. Benjamin Vogt shows that with careful planning we can create a space that works in harmony with nature, expands biodiversity, builds healthy soil, and nurtures pollinators...

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Native Plants for Bird Friendly Communities

Webinar replay from June 9, 2021

A Walk in the Garden - Join Audubon CT-NY’s Jillian Bell for a presentation focused on bird-friendly plants for your home landscape. With the right plants, any space—from a small container on your patio to an acre of your backyard—can become more bird-friendly.

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Rain Garden Primer – A Good Option for Your Landscape?

Webinar replay from June 2, 2021

A Walk in the Garden - In this webinar, Amanda Sloan describes what rain gardens are, explains the elements that go into a successful rain garden project, and offers insights to help you decide if a rain garden is a good option for your landscape.

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Growing Vertically with Edible and Ornamental Plants

Webinar replay from May 26, 2021

A Walk in the Garden - Vertical garden systems offer a number of benefits, such as increased accessibility for people with restricted physical abilities, privacy, and vibrancy. Join Irene Barber to learn about budget conscious options, plant and soil materials, and creative vertical garden designs.

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The Journey of Edible Landscapes

Webinar replay from May 12, 2021

A Walk in the Garden Webinar - Edible landscaping is the use of food-producing plants in the residential landscape. It can combine fruit and nut trees, berrying shrubs, vegetables, herbs, edible flowers, along with ornamental plants into aesthetically pleasing designs.

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Beauty and Biodiversity at Cornell’s Mundy Wildflower Garden

Webinar replay from May 5, 2021

A Walk in the Garden Webinar - Krissy Boys will cover the principles of plant conservation and plant propagation, habitat gardening in full sun and in deep shade over limestone, as well as gravel gardening at the stream bank restoration site.

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Going Underground: Unearthing the Role of Soil Organisms in Plant Health

Webinar replay from April 28, 2021

A Walk in the Garden Webinar - Dr. Serita Frey explores how the quality of the soil determines the capacity of land to support natural ecosystems and human society.

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