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CAES Jones Auditorium

Tool Kit for Planting Plans

SOLD OUT! EMAIL PROGRAMS@CTASLA.ORG TO JOIN THE WAIT LIST. A Continuing Education Program for Landscape Architects, Architects, Landscape Contractors, and Green Industry Peers. Hosted by CTASLA at the CAES Jones Auditorium and sponsored by New Directions in the American Landscape.

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Tool Kit for Planting Plans
Tool Kit for Planting Plans

Time & Location

Jul 31, 2024, 7:30 AM – 2:45 PM

CAES Jones Auditorium, 123 Huntington St, New Haven, CT 06511, USA

About the Event

THIS PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. PLEASE EMAIL PROGRAMS@CTASLA.ORG TO BE ADDED TO OUR WAIT LIST. MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS ARE WELCOME TO JOIN THE WAIT LIST AND AVAILABLE TICKETS WILL BE PROVIDED IN THE ORDER THAT THE WAIT LIST REQUESTS ARE MADE. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING.

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Please join ASLA Connecticut for a full-day continuing education program! Suitable for all Landscape Architects and Designers, Architects, Landscape Contractors, and Green Industry Peers. Sponsored by New Directions in the American Landscape. This event will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Jones Auditorium (123 Huntington Street, New Haven, CT 06511). Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided as well as opportunities to connect with our exhibitors and explore the gardens!

Exhibitors include our Event Sponsor, NDAL, as well as Planters' Choice Nursery (our Lunch Sponsor), Ernst Seeds (our Breakfast Sponsor), & E.A. Quinn.

CLICK HERE to view the program brochure for more information about the great opportunities this day will hold for learning and networking! This program is PENDING APPROVAL by LA CES for 5.5 PDH/HSW.  APPROVED by CT DEEP Pesticide Program for 4.75 credits for Categories 3A & 3D. Please contact programs@ctasla.org with any questions or concerns.

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHIES

Gregory Bugbee, Soil Testing Head, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station -- With over 40 years of experience at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station,  Mr Bugbee is an expert in invasive aquatic plants, soil fertility, turf grass, potting media,  composting, and utilization of composted biosolids in horticulture. He is also Principal  investigator – Invasive Aquatic Plant Program and in charge of the soil testing in New  Haven. He holds state supervisory licenses in the care of trees, turf and ornamentals and  aquatic weed control, and works with public to solve soil and water related problems.

Dr. Richard S. Cowles, Agricultural Scientist, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station -- Dr. Cowles has been with the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station since 1994. He is an expert in the biology and management of many common landscape, forest, and  agricultural pests. He also has experience in the use of conventional and new insecticides  for the management of nursery, turf, landscape, and small fruit pests.

Heather Dionne, Branch Manager of SavATree, ISA and CT Certified Arborist -- Heather Dionne is a ISA Certified Arborist and a Connecticut Licensed Arborist. She is the  Branch Manager for SavATree’s Bloomfield office. For 11 years she was the City Forester  the city of Hartford and for 4 years she was an Arborist for the University of Connecticut.  She is a member of the Connecticut Tree Protective Association, active in the Connecticut  Forest Council and is a member of the Tree Warden’s Association of Connecticut. She also  actively promotes women’s role in STEM.

Sam Hoadley, Manager of Horticultural Research, Mt. Cuba Center -- Sam Hoadley is the Manager of Horticultural Research at Mt. Cuba Center where he  evaluates native plant species, old and new cultivars, and hybrids in the Trial Garden. Sam  earned his degree in Sustainable Landscape Horticulture from the University of Vermont.

Mark Kokinchak, Educator -- Mark holds a BS degree in Environmental Horticulture from the University of Connecticut.  His past work experience includes working in small and large scale nursery operations  in sales, insect, disease and weed control. During his 15 years at Lesco, Inc. he used his  knowledge to educate customers on insect and disease controls. Currently he teaches  license classes for CT 3a ornamental and turf and 3d arborist along with lecturing for  license credits in Newtown, CT. Additionally he teaches in person and online classes for the  New York Botanical Garden’s accredited school of professional horticulture, in the subjects  of insect and disease identification and management.

Darryl Newman, Principal, Planters' Choice Nursery -- Darryl is a University of Maryland graduate with a degree in Landscape Management. He  has spoken at dozens of statewide and regional trade events in both English and Spanish,  on topics ranging from plant selection, proper horticultural practices, business, nursery/ landscape standards and industry trends. He co-owns Planters’ Choice with his father  Chuck, and is most proud of being a multi-generational farmer on both sides of his family.

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Tickets

  • ASLA, AIA, CNLA, APLD Member

    This discounted ticket price is provided as benefit for our ASLA members, as well as allied professionals that are members of AIA, CNLA, or APLD.

    $85.00
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  • Non-Members

    Full price tickets are provided for non-member professionals.

    $100.00
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  • Student

    Our limited number of free student tickets have been claimed. Please contact programs@ctasla.org if you have any questions.

    $0.00
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