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. From conservation and propagation strategies to developing replacement plans and managing the narrative about how to share this story with key-stakeholders, this one hour webinar examines the best approach to managing the iconic trees that fill historic sites and beloved public gardens.
Historic Landscapes Community Webinar: Managing Iconic Trees
A transformative session designed to help professionals in public horticulture cultivate a strong personal brand. In this webinar, we'll delve...READ MORE
Eligible for 1 CFRE Education Point In this webinar from AFP, campaign expert Andrea Kihlstedt will reveal the five essential...READ MORE
Please note that this webinar will only be available to view until March 15th. After this date it will be...READ MORE
In 2014, Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms teamed up with Veterans to Farmers (VTF) to provide a dual track program to the...READ MORE