West 104th Street Garden

October 21, 2008

Garden Conservancy Event – Nov 7

Filed under: Events,Uncategorized — by west104garden @ 1:43 pm

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Photo courtesy of Len Jenshel and Diane Cook

The Garden Conservancy Presents 

The Garden Metropolis

Exploring the relationship of people

and plants in the changing city

Cosponsored by GardenDesign_logo

Friday, November 7, 2008

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The New York School of Interior Design

170 East 70th Street, New York City

As our cities continually expand and develop at a fast pace, the interaction of people and plants assumes a narrowly focused but essential interplay. This one-day seminar will showcase the strong design and thoughtful planning currently transforming our urban green spaces. Garden writer and editor Stephen Orr has invited the experts responsible for many of these lively spaces to share their ideas about how people of all backgrounds experience nature on an everyday basis.

Learn more about this event and REGISTER.

Registration fee:

$135 for non-members

$120 for members of the Garden Conservancy and New York School of Interior Design students.

Seating is limited, so please register early.

For more information, please call (845) 265-2029.

Lunch will be served in the New York School of Interior Design Café, and the day will conclude with tea and cookies. Relevant books will be available in the school’s bookstore.

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To learn more about the Garden Conservancy, please visit our website www.gardenconservancy.org

National Headquarters: PO Box 219, Cold Spring, NY 10516/ P: 845.265.2029/ F: 845.265.9620/ info@gardenconservancy.org | West Coast Office: 38 Keyes Avenue, Suite 116, The Presidio, San Francisco, CA 94129/ P: 415/441-4300/ wcprog@gardenconservancy.org

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