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Check our calendar for our speaking engagements, trade show and conference attendance, and other events we think you should know about!

 


August, 2018

2018 Griffin MA Expo

August 28 through August 29, Worcester MA

Join us at this year's Expo and discover new opportunities to grow!

Experience all that’s new for 2019 — see, hear and try for yourself!
• Get answers and insights from 150+ industry experts,
  including our GGSPro tech services team!
• Check out new products from current vendors
• Discover new vendors and expanded product categories
• Learn about new and improved ornamental plant varieties

For more information, click here.




September, 2018

IPPS Eastern Region Conference

IPPS Eastern Region Conference

September 23 through September 26, Newark, Delaware

The IPPS Eastern Region’s 2018 Conference will be held from September 23-26 in Newark, Delaware. The four-day event will feature a full day pre-conference tour on Sunday, September 23rd followed by two days with morning presentations and afternoon tours. The final day will be Wednesday, September 26th with a morning of talks; the conference will end about noon.

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October, 2018

ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO

October 19 through October 22, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

We'll fill you in when more information becomes available. Excited to see you there!

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November, 2018

ELA Mid-Atlantic Conference: Winterthur

November 15, Winterthur DE

Examining Nature as Medicine:              
Designing Landscapes that Improve Quality of Life and the Human Psyche

This conference explores the intersection of ecological landscape design and its effect on human beings. Sometimes referred to as Social Landscape Design or Ecological Psychology, emerging research is taking a closer look at the interaction of people and landscapes. Join ELA on November 15th for leading-edge research, compelling case studies, and practical strategies to consider in your future designs.

In both urban and suburban locales, rising health concerns have prompted research on how the human body changes when introduced to planned landscapes. Compelling conclusions point to the benefits of evaluating the intersections between specific elements in ecological landscapes and human health, specifically in the context of urban, public spaces.

As an ecosystem of people, nature, and infrastructure, the built landscape can become a prescription to improve human health. This landscape trend in urban social-ecology is a design imperative to create gardens informed by nature in order to improve the environment, benefit human health, and develop cities that are resilient, healthy, sustainable, and livable.

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