Category Archives: sustainability

Chesapeake Bay Landscape Pro Level D!

I’m pleased to be able to announce that I have now been certified as a Chesapeake Bay Landscape Pro Designer – that is, I now carry a CBLP-D! ¬†This is a distinct, more stringent certification from the entry level CBLP … Continue reading

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Cool season

The other morning, it was 24F in my corner of the world, the second or third frosty morning in a row. The little garden behind my house – the one visible from the kitchen window, and called the winter garden … Continue reading

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New Certification!

I’m pleased to announce that I am now a certified Chesapeake Bay Landscape Pro! The program involves a rigorous series of practicums (practica?) and testing, and emphasizes a dedication to sustainable landscape design. So, what is sustainable landscape design, and … Continue reading

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Making Beauty Sustainable

This past October’s biennial reappearance of the Gillette Forum focused on a topic which many design professionals are wrestling with.¬† Given the current interest in native plants and the environment, how do we as landscape designers fit those native plants … Continue reading

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