Native Meadow Design: An Intensive One-Day Workshop
Developed by Larry Weaner
Tuesday, October 5th, 2021
9 AM – 4:30 PM ET
(including instructional time & breaks)
Breakfast & lunch are included in the registration fee
Check-in & breakfast begin at 8:30 AM ET
Teatown Lake Reservation
1600 Spring Valley Rd. Ossining, NY 10562
Registration is now closed. If you wish to be added to the waitlist, please contact Sara Weaner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All attendees are required to show proof of full COVID vaccination or proof of negative COVID test within 48 hours of the event. We ask that attendees please bring a copy of their vaccination card or test result with them to Teatown the day of the event, and show it upon checking in.
Masks are still required for everyone (except the speakers while they present) while indoors at all times. Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments will be given outside, and masks will not be required during those times. We also ask that you please:
· Stay at home if you or others in your household are feeling unwell.
· Maintain six feet of physical distancing when possible at the event.
· Avoid direct contact with others, including handshakes and hugs at the event. Try an elbow bump! 🙂
Demand for native meadows, particularly as an alternative to lawn, is increasing dramatically. That said, few planting types are more misunderstood, with many failures resulting from inadequate planning and the use of poorly adapted plants. Far better results can be obtained when the plants and processes used reflect the ecological character of our naturally occurring meadow communities. More than one-year wonders, meadows modeled on these ecosystems can provide long-term, easily managed landscapes that harbor a myriad of wildlife and provide color and texture throughout the year.
This in-person, all-day program will include indoor & outdoor components. Landscape Designer Larry Weaner will discuss the design, implementation, and management of native meadows. Landscape Designer Jenna Webster will explore important yet often lesser-known aspects of wildlife-sensitive meadow design and management methods, with an emphasis on birds and pollinators that rely on native meadow vegetation.
View session descriptions & instructor bios and register through our course brochure:
COVID Safety Note: All attendees will be required to wear face masks regardless of vaccination status at all times indoors when not eating or drinking. Teatown will be operating under the federal and local regulations that are in place at the time of the event. If any attendee is not in compliance with the event restrictions they will be asked to leave, no refund given. Event organizers will be in touch with registrants via email to communicate any updates.
CEUs available | APLD (5.5), ASLA/LACES (6), ISA (3), NOFA (4), PIE (TBA)
For landscape architecture (ASLA/LACES) CEU details, see https://laces.asla.org/ndal – NDAL’s LACES page is updated as courses are approved.
In partnership with The Native Plant Center at Westchester Community College