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Enhancing the practice and benefits of landscape architecture in Virginia through advocacy, education, and service.

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EAB Planning and Management Seminar

The emerald ash borer (EAB) has already destroyed more than 100 million ash trees, at a cost of billions of dollars. Experts predict EAB will ultimately threaten every ash tree in North America. The good news is that proper planning and treatment can help preserve desirable ash trees as well as manage the budgetary impact of removing infested trees.

Join us for a seminar to learn more about EAB and what you can do to prepare for and manage the threat. The presentation will be followed by a live EAB treatment demonstration on the arboretum grounds.
Friday, May 30, 2014
9:30am-noon
U.S. National Arboreteum Auditorium
3501 New York Avenue NE
Washington D.C.

Admission is FREE
2 CEUS available for ISA Certified Arborists and Landscape Architects
Click here for additional details and registration.
 

YEA BEAUTIFUL RVA!

On Wednesday, May 14, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden received a Capital Award of Merit at the Virginia Public Relations Awards dinner recognizing the most creative and effective communications strategies and tactics happening across the Commonwealth. The Garden won in the category of Editorial/Op-Ed Columns for the effective use of the op-ed piece "It's Not That Hard Being Green" as a tactic to establish the Garden as a convener of community conversations about public green space through the Beautiful RVA initiative. The op-ed was written by Frank Robinson and appeared in the Richmond Times-Dispatch (February 17, 2013).

 

Beautiful RVA

Wednesday June 18th
5:00-7:00pm
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden - Kelly Education Center

Join Beautiful RVA for the unveiling of the Richmond Garden Trail on the Richmond Region Tourism website. You'll recall that we met in July 2013 with local tourism experts and special guest Richard Benfield, author of Garden Tourism, to explore the potential for linking landscape-rich public venues in a self-guided trail.  The first phase of this venture is coming to fruition and you'll want to be present to rally around and support its launch. 

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