Workshop Monday, September 23, 2019.
3 MELNA Certification credits.
To be discussed: tree species pertinent to ecological and urban development value/functions.
Chris Roddick from Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Amanda Sloan, LA from Massachusetts, Jeff Tarling, Portland City Arborist, and Tracy Hall of Boothbay Region Land Trust will be the presenters. This is a workshop in conjunction with ELA.
Register for the event on ELA’s website. https://www.ecolandscaping.org/event/workshop-reconnecting-with-trees-a-path-to-improved-health-and-well-being/
Irene Brady Barber
Horticultural Therapist and Horticulture Education Program Coordinator
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
PO Box 234
Boothbay Harbor, ME 04537
Each year requests are submitted to our organization to request our expertise in landscaping a particular locale. It is our difficult task to choose a project deserving of our attention. Once chosen, a landscape is designed, plants and materials are donated by our membership in a coordinated effort, and we descend upon the site for the installation. It is an amazing to see a site transformed so quickly by many experienced hands. Equipment and materials quickly move about, completing the project many times in a matter of hours. The camaraderie amongst the workers is a true draw on the day for many. If you haven’t had the experience, we encourage you to become involved – you will be in awe of what we can do!
If you have any questions or ideas, please contact
Don Sproul, Executive Director
Maine Landscape and Nursery Association
PO Box 4666
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: (207) 623-6430
Fax: (207) 623-6431