The NGC Landscape Design series is a way to develop a greater knowledge of our public and historical gardens, become better informed about our surroundings and sound manangement of them, and gain a better understanding of the landscape design process. After completing all 4 courses you will become a Landscape Design Consultant and can serve in such decision making areas of public life as providing leadership, educational programs, scholarships, awards and promoting better landscape design in your communities.
Topics included in course 2 are the Landscape Design Process, Site Design and Landform, Plants in the Landscape, Plant Selection, Structure in the Landscape, Landscapes as a Learning Experience, Development of Landscape Design in Early America, Preservation of Historic Sites and Structures, Community Landscape Management, and Edible Landscapes. There are tests in this course – they are required in order to complete the Landscape Design Consultant curriculum.
It is not necessary to have completed Course #1 in order to attend Course #2.
Please bring your own lunch on both days. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Wear comfortable shoes on day 2 as there will be a garden tour. There is ample parking at the Extension Office – class will be in the auditorium.
Contact Pat Richardson 407-469-7082 firstname.lastname@example.org