Tomorrow at 1pm, the design team for the Santa Monica Civic Parks project will be hosting an educational workshop on sustainable park landscapes. The talk will focus on, among other things, how native plants and ecologies in Southern California work, and how they can inform and participate in the Santa Monica Civic Park project. More on the workshop from the project's website below:
As part of the series of workshops to engage the Santa Monica community in the design process for two new Civic Center parks, an educational workshop on sustainable park landscapes will be held on January 29. Members of the park design team under the leadership of James Corner Field Operations will make in-depth presentations on sustainable landscapes and discuss opportunities for the new parks. (pdf announcement)
Bob Perry, professor, author and preeminent expert on ecology, water conservation and California native plants
John Greenlee, internationally-recognized horticulturalist, grass and meadow expert, author and lecturer
Lisa Switkin and Sarah Weidner Astheimer, lead park designers with James Corner Field Operations
When: Saturday, January 29 at 1 pm
Where: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, East Wing (1855 Main Street, Santa Monica 90401)
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