Have you considered the impact your garden has on local and regional economic health? Gardens occupy a unique place in the cultural, environmental, and economic landscape, and the reach your garden has can be bigger than you think. Join this Sustainability webinar to hear about the work being done at three institutions that influences their local and regional economies. From attracting tourists to collaborations with local municipalities to job creation and professional development, the sky's the limit for the positive impacts and change your garden can inspire. We hope you come away from this webinar with ideas for partnerships and collaborations you can implement to create an even bigger economic impact in your area!
Erin Dougherty, Chanticleer Gardens (on behalf of America's Garden Capital Passport)
Daniel Livingston, Moore Farms Botanical Garden
Joe Reed, Phipps Conservatory
The presentations will last for about an hour, followed by a 'Sustainability Insights' interactive session to get your questions about this topic answered!
Cost: $15/members, $30/non-members
This webinar has been generously sponsored by IrisBG.
- Public Engagement
- Garden Management
- Education & Science