New Directions in the American Landscape will host its 34th annual landscape design symposium. Founded in 1990, the two-day symposium has a long tradition of celebrating native plants and exploring landscape design at the intersections of ecology, culture, and art. The symposium series deliberately pushes the envelope, offering in-depth explorations of overlooked and forward-looking topics not presented elsewhere and providing practical, concrete information in lieu of trendy jargon. Programs reflect the diverse factors that shape landscapes and regularly feature designers, ecologists, horticulturists, historians, artists, and anthropologists, among other disciplines.
CEUs available. There are in-person options in Pennsylvania and Connecticut, and a virtual option as well. There is a registration fee.
Register by Dec. 30 for PA, Jan. 6 for CT, and Jan. 11 for virtual: https://www.ndal.org/2023-annual-symposium