Natural Landscape Design: Session 2
This virtual session will begin with an interactive review of selected student designs, followed by a discussion of ecological process-based landscape management procedures for both natural areas (woods, meadows, shrub thicket) and naturalistic gardens. The program will also include guidance for establishing vegetative goals, specifying short-term procedures to achieve them, as well as long-term management practices to be initiated once those goals have been reached. Intersession Assignment: Create a management plan for previously submitted design. This session includes an hour of Q&A time with the instructors
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Examine the processes of change that occur in wild plant communities and learn how to incorporate those processes into the planting and management of designed landscapes.
Learn to connect the theory of ecology-based management techniques through the assignment and review (selected) of individual management specifications.
Learn how to create planting and management specifications that balance the need for detail and clarity.
Larry Weaner and Andy Brand
New Directions in the American Landscape
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