Summit 2016

Early Bird pricing closes 9/19/2016

A California native plant meadow in spring in the garden of Phil Van Soelen. Photo: Saxon Holt/PhotoBotanic.com

A California native plant meadow in spring in the garden of Phil Van Soelen. Photo: Saxon Holt/PhotoBotanic.com

Join Pacific Horticulture for Summit 2016. Share an autumn weekend with some of our country’s most forward-thinking horticulturists and discover how to create resilient landscapes that support the surrounding environment while expressing a distinctive aesthetic. In addition to inspiring presentations, our program includes a look at surrounding Sonoma County from both a horticultural and ecological perspective.

Featured speakers:

  • Thomas Rainer, landscape architect, Washington, D.C.
  • Michelle Sullivan, principal at Mia Lehrer + Associates, Los Angeles, California
  • Bob Hyland, garden designer and horticultural consultant, Portland, Oregon
  • Tom Fischer, senior acquisitions editor at Timber Press, Portland, Oregon
  • Phil Van Soelen, co-owner of California Flora Nursery, Fulton, California
  • Marilee Kuhlmann, president, Urban Water Group, Los Angeles, California

Early-Bird Pricing through September 19, 2016:
$200 PHS Members
$225 General Public
5 CEU’s are provided for attending APLD members

Includes seminar, continental breakfasts, lunches, Saturday bus tour, wine reception, and suggested routes for Sunday afternoon self-driving options.

Complete details and registration information at: pachort.org/Summit.

 


Sponsored in part by Blanche Thebom Trust, The Left Coast Fund, and the Miller Charitable Foundation.