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Groundbreaking Design: Where Beauty and Sustainability Meet

Fri, Oct 18 | Glencoe, IL

Groundbreaking Design: Where Beauty and Sustainability Meet

Landscape designer Deborah Nevins will discuss her firm's work to create sustainable landscapes

Rocky Hills Environmental Lecture: Dancing Through Borders

Thu, Oct 24 | Chappaqua, NY

Rocky Hills Environmental Lecture: Dancing Through Borders

British garden designer James Alexander-Sinclair discusses gardens as a resource for nature

Dry Garden Design: The Continuing Legacy of the Ruth Bancroft Garden

Sat, Oct 26 - Sun, Oct 27 | Walnut Creek, CA

Dry Garden Design: The Continuing Legacy of the Ruth Bancroft Garden

Two-day symposium reflecting on Ruth's legacy as a dry garden designer

Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners

Mon, Oct 28 | Philadelphia, PA

Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners

An illustrated talk with Anne & Johnny Chambers; presented in collaboration with the Royal Oak Foundation

Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners - SOLD OUT

Tue, Oct 29 | Boston, MA

Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners - SOLD OUT

An illustrated talk with Anne & Johnny Chambers; presented in collaboration with the Royal Oak Foundation

Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners

Wed, Oct 30 | New York, NY

Kiftsgate Court Gardens: Three Generations of Women Gardeners

An illustrated talk with Anne & Johnny Chambers; presented in collaboration with the Royal Oak Foundation

Austin, TX Open Day

Sat, Nov 2 | Multiple Locations

Austin, TX Open Day

Garden Conservancy Northwest Network Fall Workshop

Sat, Nov 2 - Sun, Nov 3 | Bellevue, WA

Garden Conservancy Northwest Network Fall Workshop

Developing a revenue stream through mission-based programming

Outstanding American Gardens - What are they, where are they, and how can they be saved?

Sun, Nov 17 | San Marino, CA

Outstanding American Gardens - What are they, where are they, and how can they be saved?

James Brayton Hall discusses what gardens say about our culture and new ways of preserving gardens