This is part of the live webinar series, "Ecology-Based Landscapes: A Virtual Education Series for Professionals" presented by New Directions in the American Landscape and sponsored by Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Designed for landscape architects, designers, restoration ecologists and horticulturists, these webinars will take place January - March.
See and register for the entire series on NDAL's website.
Regenerative Agriculture: A Landscape Architect’s Role
Thursday, July 16, 1 – 2:30 p.m. EST (Noon – 1:30 p.m. CDT)
Carbon Farming is farming in a way that reduces greenhouse gas emissions or captures and hold carbon in vegetation and soils. It is managing land, water, plants, and animals to restore ecosystems, ameliorate climate change, and provide nutrient-dense food and educational opportunities. Also described as Regenerative Agriculture, these goals are achieved through a focus on lower-sequestration strategies like no-till organic annual cropping, perennial crops, and managed grazing. Chad will discuss the designer’s role on projects from a small urban yard to hundreds of acres.
Instructor: Chad Adams, AICP
$48, full-series discount available
Questions? Email Sara Weaner at NDAL