The Association's Education Community presents a forum on: Summer camps and programs - how are you planning for these in light of potential garden re-opening?
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When the world is chaotic, fundraising feels like a big challenge. But you still need the money, right? At this moment – maybe more than ever – your organization will benefit from a solid fundraising plan that responds to the needs of your donors and your community. Watch nonprofit fundraising trainer Andy Robinson discuss:
he Minnesota Stormwater Seminar Series brings nationally recognized experts in stormwater management and green infrastructure to Minnesota for dialogue and discussion. This seminar includes an invited presentation by Stephanie Hurley, Gund Fellow and Associate Professor at the University of Vermont Department of Plant and Soil Science. She is also the director of the UVM Bioretention Laboratory.
Listen to J. Drew Lanham, author, poet, and Certified Wildlife Biologist, as he talks about how nature serves to heal us and bring us closer in COVID times.
In this interactive presentation, Corazón Latino will share examples of their work, address new challenges posed by COVID-19 in reaching the Latino community, and share examples of how technology can be used to overcome these challenges.
Learn tips and tricks for moving from place-based learning online.
The American Public Gardens Association presents a celebration of the release of the "American Gardens" Forever Stamp series. "Live on tape" from Winterthur Museum, Gardens, and Library and the American Public Gardens Association. Featuring videos from the Postal Serivce, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Chicago Botanic Garden, Dumbarton Oaks, The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens, Norfolk Botanical Gardens, and Winterthur Museum, Gardens, and Library.
A Q&A with garden leaders follows. Hosted by Casey Sclar, Executive Director, American Public Gardens Association
Historic urban grasslands include greenspaces of historic value designed for passive and active recreation in the human built environment. Urban grasslands such as cemeteries and parks present unique challenges to landscapes designed in the early anthropogenic-influenced natural world. These grasslands now exist in a time of unprecedented environmental and social pressures that often require resilience that test the limits of infrastructure and maintenance.
From the Morris Arboretum and Green-Wood Cemetery to Monticello and Filoli, many historic landscapes and public gardens are defined by living collections of woody plants that have historic significance to the site. This webinar focuses on not only these historic trees and their long-term care, but how to approach their eventual decline and death.
Learn about how facility managers have thought about and prepared for active shooter scenerios.