Designing a Neighborhood-Friendly Landscape
Monday, July 2, 2018
Posted by: Sarah Bibens
WNLA members, as well as their staff can participate in the July 25 webinar, Designing a Neighborhood-Friendly Landscape. The webinar is complimentary for WNLA members.
Non-members are invited to join the webinar for $50 – or join WNLA for $75 and take advantage of this webinar, as well as upcoming and recorded webinars!
The July 25 webinar, Designing a Neighborhood-Friendly Landscape, will begin at noon, allowing you to create a lunch & learn session in your office.
In this webinar Benjamin Vogt will discuss how you approach creating a highly-visible landscape that's full of "wild" native plants? What strategies can you use to make it visually appealing and cohesive to the neighbors, yet full of wildlife habitat and ecologically connected to the natural world around it? Learn from his experience getting a notice from county weed control.
Benjamin Vogt owns Monarch Gardens LLC, a prairie garden design firm in Nebraska. He is the author of A New Garden Ethic: Cultivating Defiant Compassion for an Uncertain Future, and for over six years has written an award-winning column for Houzz.com. He also speaks nationally on sustainable design for wildlife and landscape ethics. Benjamin has a PhD from the University of Nebraska and lives in Lincoln with his family.
Thanks to Ball Seed for sponsoring WNLA’s Plants with Purpose Webinar Series.