Easing Into Ecological Design
Learn about landscape elements that can improve habitat, cleanse runoff, and save energy. Explore ways these elements can complement and enliven the home landscape. Examine the structure of native plant communities and the patterns that arise from natural processes. Encounter inviting and immersive landscapes that bring people into memorable contact with nature yet fit gracefully in an urban or suburban setting. Along the way, discover design strategies that anyone, from a beginner to an experienced designer, can use to create places that are appealing, engaging, and alive.
Saturday, February 2, 2013, 10 a.m.-12 noonLocation: Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA
Course Code: hor1523
Instructor: Tobias Wolf, Deborah Howe, Landscape Architects, and Principals, Wolf Lighthall, Inc.
Fee: $26 (Member) / $32 (Nonmember)
Limit: 30 Credit: Elective-HD/Adv. HD
Cosponsor: Cambridge Center for Adult Education; The Landscape Institute