Planting and Management: Where Theory Meets the Real World

Start Date
01/21/2021
End Date
01/21/2021
Description
Part 1 | Reconstructing Tallgrass Prairie and Meadow in Urban and Suburban Spaces:
Two Case Studies

Scott Woodbury
Laurel Harrington

Tallgrass prairie reconstruction from seed on damaged urban and suburban soil is a practice poorly understood by most landscape personnel. A seeding specification can lay out a blueprint for planning, site preparation, installation and maintenance, but it is dependent on an engaged and informed team of people, from leaders to weeders. Seeded landscapes are so complex that simple mistakes can be overlooked and result in significant setbacks or failure. This session will focus on how to plan, implement, and manage successful commercial seeded projects.

Part 2 | Conversation and Q&A

Larry Weaner
Scott Woodbury
Laurel Harrington

Larry Weaner will introduce the concept of “Designing for Management,” and join the previous presenters to conversationally compare notes over a broad array of landscape types and scales, from restoration to residential. The session will conclude with questions from attendees.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Project Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
3.0
Learning Outcomes
Outline the optimum project team structure to include owners, managers, and experts that determine the vision, inform decision-making, and set expectations during the planning and implementation phases.

Discuss the components of successful project outcomes to include project planning,
specifications, contractors, and education.

Understand the site prep steps and conditions necessary to successfully carry out prairie reconstruction seeding.
Instructors
Scott Woodbury, Laurel Harrington, & Larry Weaner
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Course Codes
Provider
New Directions in the American Landscape


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