Fall 2020 Literary Series: Biweekly Webinars - Bill Noble

Fall 2020 Literary Series: Biweekly Webinars - Bill Noble

Cover photo: Bill Noble

Thu, Sep 24, 2020
2:00 PM- 3:00 PM

In his recently released book, Spirit of Place: The Making of a New England Garden (Timber Press, June, 2020), Bill Noble describes the pleasures and challenges—both aesthetic and practical—of creating a garden that feels deeply rooted to its place. This webinar is the first in the Garden Conservancy's Fall 2020 Literary Series of biweekly webinars.

Bill Noble will share insights gained from the many gardens he has visited, worked with, and helped to preserve. Their diverse influences are reflected in his own garden in Norwich, VT. 

LOCATION
Live on Zoom at 2 p.m. Eastern

REGISTRATION 
Registration for this webinar has ended. We will send a link to the recording of the event to all registrants a few days after the webinar. 

About the author
For 30 years, Bill Noble has worked as a garden designer and professional in garden preservation. As former director of preservation for the Garden Conservancy, he was instrumental in the preservation and restoration of dozens of gardens throughout the United States.

As a garden designer, Bill works with clients to create compelling new gardens or to restore and revitalize existing ones. His hands-on style and knowledge of plants, design, and maintenance contribute to the creation of gardens of lasting quality.

His garden is included in the Smithsonian Institution’s Archive of American Gardens and has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, House & GardenNew York Times, Washington Post, and Outstanding American Gardens: A Celebration - 25 Years of the Garden Conservancy (Abrams, 2015).


The Fall 2020 Literary Series is made possible in part by generous support from the Coleman and Susan Burke Distinguished Lecture Fund, Lenhardt Education Fund, and the Celia Hegyi Matching Grant, with additional support from Ritchie Battle, Mrs. Camille Butrus, Melissa and John Ceriale, and Susan and William McKinley.

Author photo by Roger Foley

 

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