February 2012 - News & Events

NANPS SPEAKERS' SERIES
Go Native Now:
Building Landscapes for Future Sustainability
by Paul O'Hara
Paul O'Hara is a botanist, landscape designer and educator who writes and
teaches about native plant gardening. He is recognized for his work with
Species at Risk and natural landscape design. Paul owns and operates
Blue Oak Native Landscapes in Hamilton, a business dedicated
to creating beautiful natural spaces in places where
we live, work and play.
Students and Faculty: Free
NANPS Members: $10.00 / All Others: $12.00
John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
University of Toronto

Wednesday February 29, 2012
230 College Street
Room 103, 6:30 pm
More public and private owners are demanding buildings and landscapes to meet the current market need for sustainability, to reduce maintenance and promote biodiversity. Traditional plant materials, methods and design are being questioned by more sophisticated clients as LEED gains greater acceptance in today's design and construction market.
Paul O'Hara has been practicing sustainable landscape design and construction for ten years. He will illustrate how to achieve beautiful sustainable landscapes with economy using indigenous native plants and trees.
This talk is sponsored by the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design and the North American Native Plant Society (NANPS).
NORTH AMERICAN NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY DEDICATED TO THE STUDY, CONSERVATION, CULTIVATION AND RESTORATION OF NATIVE PLANTSwww.nanps.org
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