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Plant-Pollinator Interactions on the Landscape: Native Pollination Systems Design and Restoration

February 10 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

$140 – $160

Instructor Evan Abramson will discuss the critical role that plant selection plays in designing biodiverse landscapes. Understand why pollinator habitat is the single most important factor to consider in creating resilient terrestrial ecosystems. An interdisciplinary presentation on plant-pollinator interactions and their intersections with science, design, climate resilience, ecological health and food security will be followed by a day-long design workshop with participants working in small teams. All necessary research and drafting materials and light lunch will be provided.

Instructor Evan Abramson is the Founder and Principal of Landscape Interactions. A landscape designer and regional planner, he works closely with project partners along every step of the process, from conception through design, implementation and maintenance. He holds a Master of Science in Ecological Design from the Conway School of Landscape Design, Certificates in Permaculture Design and Biodynamic Gardening, and is the author of numerous publications.

  • Saturday, Feb. 10, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Location: Berkshire Botanical Gardens
  • Members: $140/Non-Members $160


February 10
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
$140 – $160
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Berkshire Botanical Gardens
Berkshire Botanical Gardens
Stockbridge, MA United States
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Berkshire Botanical Gardens