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The Foodscape Revolution
Feb 11th, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Join the revolution by growing bounty and beauty in everyday landscapes. Brie has fine-tuned her signature design technique of Foodscaping, a sustainable landscape practice. Working with public school systems and suburban developments, Brie is the changing the way green spaces are designed and utilized. Encouraging everyone to “think outside of the box,” learn how pairing edibles in a traditional ornamental landscape increases bio-diversity and adds purpose to everyday spaces.
The best edible and ornamental plants are featured to inspire attendees to create purposeful landscapes that engage people of all ages. Brie shares her favorite recipes and time saving tips for preparing #FoodscapeFresh meals and demonstrates how to make heirloom Bloody Mary!
Meet Brie Arthur
Originally from southeastern Michigan, Brie Arthur studied Landscape Design and Horticulture at Purdue University. With more than a decade of experience as a grower and propagator at leading nurseries such as Plant Delights and Camellia Forest, Brie is combining her passion for plants and design by communicating the value of horticulture. She is leading the national suburban Foodscape movement; a model of community development that incorporates sustainable, local food production. She is a correspondent on the PBS television show Growing A Greener World. Her forth coming book The Foodscape Revolution will be available March 2017, published by St Lynn’s Press.
This event is FREE, but let us know you’re coming! Online registration is open until 5pm the Friday prior to the event. After that, please call 410-798-5000 to inquire about space availability and to register over the phone. Thank you!