As we begin to understand that future landscapes must be resilient for survival, meaningful change can occur. We recognize that landscapes designed following nature’s lead result in properties that are more resilient and capable of surviving climate change challenges such as deluge, drought, and temperature extremes. As these climate challenges occur more often and intensify, solutions must be sought at the community level. Residential landscapes alone will not do the trick. Only with widespread adoption of nature-based, regenerative strategies, and the redesign of failed systems will communities build resilient landscapes that improve environmental and human health.
Join us for this unique opportunity to consider future landscapes and learn the importance of regenerative solutions.
CEUs are being offered by APLD (6.0), LA CES (6.0), MCH (1.0), and NOFA (6.0).
Learn more about the speakers and different sessions offered for this one-day conference by clicking on the registration link!