Join Chris Cosma, a PhD candidate at UC Riverside, to hear about his research on how butterflies and moths interact with native California plants, and to learn how to use his web tool, The Butterfly Net.
In this webinar, we learn more about how to care for our trees in the extreme climate of Southern California, though these tips could be applied anywhere really. Learn more about more appropriate tree selection for extreme climates. We thank Lisa Smith for being an excellent presenter and generous resource.
Join Jessica Kung of Make Conscious for an introduction to how phenomenal site analysis begins to build a bridge between indigenous perspectives of the landscape and contemporary design processes through phenomenal data visualization and ritual documentation.
This is a wonderful opportunity for landscape professionals, students, garden enthusiasts and everyone to explore possibilities and walk away with simple, tangible tools to reimagine both landscape and lifestyle.
Important tips and lessons to empower you to further your relationship with your garden.
An introduction to Andreas’ methods for using hyperlocal materials to reimagine beautiful spaces and co-create with Nature.
Join us as we explore how to learn to live with Nature again through local native habitats, especially the chaparral.
Human behaviors are driving emissions which are heating up the biosphere, and those behaviors are driven by individual, as well as collective beliefs and values.
A conversation about transforming urban and suburban spaces into habitat and inspiring others in the process.