A Virtual Education Series
January – March, 2021
Registration is open!
NDAL is offering a series of programming organized in two categories: 1) Professional Practitioners and 2) Home Gardeners & Educators.
Topics for professionals will range from native design and management, to roof gardens, to planning for the recruitment of spontaneous vegetation.
Home gardeners can explore methods for wildflower meadow creation, and school administrators & educators can learn about how to incorporate native gardening into their curriculum/campuses.
Join the room – virtually – for our Prairie-side Chat series as Larry Weaner interviews and compares notes with iconic practitioners Piet Oudolf, Gerould Wilhelm, Charles Birnbaum, and Darrel Morrison.
View course descriptions & speaker bios and register through our programs brochures:
American Horticultural Society
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Wild Ones – Native Plants, Natural Landscapes
CEUs available | View CEU details & instructions here: CEU Summary Sheet
Health, safety, & welfare approved (see https://laces.asla.org/ndal – NDAL’s LACES page is updated as courses are approved)
Recordings of the sessions will be viewable (not downloadable) to registrants via the NDAL Events Portal for three months. Registration closes 24 hours prior to each live session date.
FREE, Past Recordings (register to view):
Schoolyard Habitats: Restoring Native Habitat One Schoolyard at a Time
1.25 hours, recorded Jan. 19, 2021
Recording viewable for 1 year
Navigating Race & Inclusivity in Community Gardens
1.5 hours, recorded Feb. 2, 2021
Recording viewable until May 2, 2021
Header Photo by Larry Weaner