A New Garden by Benjamin Vogt

START DATE | TIME
Monday, March 7, 2022
4:00pm
END DATE | TIME
Monday, March 7, 2022
5:00pm

Members Only

Virtual

In a time of mass extinction and climate change, how and for whom we garden matters more than ever. Our built landscapes reflect social ethics and values that guide our response to reviving wildness in and outside the urban environment. How can we recognize and develop compassion for other species? What role do native plants have in opening us to the perspectives of others? What happens to our society when we advocate for the equality and freedom of a silent majority? Through ecology, psychology, landscape design, horticulture, philosophy, and social sciences, we'll explore the rich complexity of rethinking pretty and what a garden means in the anthropocene.

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Benjamin Vogt
Benjamin Vogt

Members Only

Virtual

In a time of mass extinction and climate change, how and for whom we garden matters more than ever. Our built landscapes reflect social ethics and values that guide our response to reviving wildness in and outside the urban environment. How can we recognize and develop compassion for other species? What role do native plants have in opening us to the perspectives of others? What happens to our society when we advocate for the equality and freedom of a silent majority? Through ecology, psychology, landscape design, horticulture, philosophy, and social sciences, we'll explore the rich complexity of rethinking pretty and what a garden means in the anthropocene.

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Benjamin Vogt
Benjamin Vogt
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Webinar