For centuries conventional landscapes have been designed and constructed with only aesthetics in mind, often blindly working against nature. Come learn how to create landscapes that are tied into ecological systems, have the potential to heal damaged sites and will result in vibrant habitats for both humans and wildlife. Topics covered include: healthy soils, biochar, compost tea, appropriate mulches, permeable pavers, rainwater catchment, biofiltration, rain gardens, buffers, green roofs, invasive species removal, native plants, lawn alternatives, natural swimming pools, organic pest and disease controls, the use of local materials, low-carbon machines, LED lighting, and green walls.
About Rebecca Lindenmeyr
Rebecca is one of the Northeast's leading designers, and has created over 350 Human/Nature Living Spaces in the last 10 years with sales over $5 mil. Her entertaining talks provide a unique hands-on view of the fast-growing field of biophilic design