Due to COVID-19 precautions, the March workshop in PA has been postponed – details TBA. Keep checking this page for new information, and make sure you’re on our email list to receive updates as soon as they arise!
An Intensive, Two-Day Workshop
Demand for high performing, ecology-based landscapes is increasing faster than the availability of the specialized knowledge needed to achieve them. This intensive, interactive, two-day workshop will provide concrete, real world guidance for designing and documenting all phases of native landscape development.
Attendees will have indefinite, password-protected access to a 100+ page digital manual that documents all aspects of the program, including plant selection criteria, plant recommendations, ecological process-based management specifications, and guidance for maximizing the aesthetic and experiential appeal these landscapes can provide.
2020 Upcoming Design Workshop Locations & Dates:
- *Morris Arboretum, Philadelphia, PA
Coordinated and sponsored by Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Instructors: Larry Weaner, FAPLD & Ethan Dropkin, MLA
*Due to COVID-19 precautions, the March workshop in PA has been postponed – details TBA. Please direct all PA registration & venue questions to Jan McFarlan at Morris Arboretum at 215-247-5777 x 156.
Photo credit: New Directions in the American Landscape
Ethan Dropkin speaks at NDAL’s August 2019 design workshop on Staten Island, NY
The below links and information refer to our 2019 summer series, and our future design workshops will be similar.
For course details, see our 2019 Summer Design Workshops Brochure
For CEU credits, see our 2019 Summer Design Workshops CEU Summary Sheet
For attendee evaluation survey results from our 2019 winter series of design workshops, see our Attendee Reviews page.
“I really enjoyed it all and thought the knowledge base was excellent and well communicated. I’ve followed you for many years. Happy and grateful for moving the needle and sharing so much.” – 2019 Design Workshop Attendee
Speakers (Summer 2019):