Land & Garden Preserve
Preserve webinars for our friends who are life-long learners
The Preserve is excited to offer three free webinars, one each in January, February, and March of 2022. We will email invitations to each webinar at the beginning of each month, starting in January. Space will be limited, so mark your calendars with the dates below and make sure to register as soon as you receive your invite.
Managing the Forest of the Preserve
with Tate Bushell, Director of Natural Lands
Learn about the forest around Little Long Pond, its patterns in species composition, age, forest structure, and natural communities. Tate will discuss the impact of large-scale environmental change as well as the Preserve’s forest management philosophies, goals, and activities. Click here to view the condensed version of the Preserve’s forest management plan.
Wednesday, January 12, 5 – 6:30 p.m. eastern
Mosses in the Gardens of the Preserve
with Cassie Banning, Director of Farm & Garden
Mosses are a much-loved feature in the garden landscapes at the Preserve. These slow growing plants require a different kind of care and maintenance than flowering plants. Cassie will talk about how the Preserve nurtures the mosses in and around our gardens.
Wednesday, February 16, 5 – 6 p.m. eastern
Timeline Infinity: Our Framework Plan next steps
with Rodney Eason, CEO
In 2020, the Preserve initiated a long-range Framework Plan to unify the Preserve as one organization — operationally, spatially, culturally, and strategically. With 17 board-approved projects in the pipeline, we are ready to move ahead. Join us to hear what we have planned. Rodney is joined by Claire Agre and David Zielnicki of Unknown Studio who led the framework planning project.
Wednesday, March 16, 5 – 6 p.m. eastern
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