Do you live in a building that has a front, side or back area that is concrete, neglected or just plain ugly? Whether you live in a rowhouse or apartment building, there is probably a nearby space that can be transformed into an urban mini-oasis.If you answered yes to this question then the "Overlooked Assets: Sustainable Urban Yards" landscape seminar is for you! The May 14, 2010 event is sponsored by Sustainable Yards, The Horticultural Society of New York, and the New York Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
|Courtesy of Evan Mason|
*Seminar Details*When: Friday, May 14, 2010, 10am-3:45pm
Where: The Horticultural Society of New York
148 West 37th Street, 13th floor
Cost: $35 HSNY/ASLA members; $50 non-members
LACES credits (2.5) available for an additional:
$25 ASLA members; $45 non-members
To Register: click on http://www.hsny.org/programs_workshops_talks_tours.html.
Or call 212-757-0915 x100 if you have questions or wish to register by phone.
Ken Smith, Ken Smith Landscape Architects;
Mariellé Anzelone, DROSERA;
Jennifer Bolstad, Local Office Landscape Architecture;
Rebecca Cole, Rebeccacolegrows;
Tricia Martin, WE Design;
Evan Mason, Sustainable Yards;
George Pisegna, The Horticultural Society of New York
Tatiana Morin, NYC Soil and Water Conservation District;
Steven Tupu, Terrain NYC