A Focus on Sustainability Webinar Series (Season 6)

CCLC is committed to educating professionals about sustainable landscapes and all the issues that surround this important subject. To further this effort, we are making all the webinars for Season 6 of our “A Focus on Sustainability Webinar Series” available to CCLC members.

The series is being presented by the Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA), the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council (CCLC), Midwest Ecological Landscape Alliance (MELA), & EcoLandscape California (ELC). Known regionally for their quality education programs, these organizations are working cooperatively to share knowledge and encourage conversations with landscape professionals from around the country and the globe.

These interactive webinars are taught by experts from across the country. Topics covered in this series include a deeper look into soils, native & invasive plants, water management, sustainable landscaping & maintenance, organic lawn care, how sustainable practices can be good for business, and why being sustainable is a healthy landscaping option.

Available Now

  • Capturing Carbon with Trees, Chris Woodall
  • Landscaping for Plant Diversity, Randi Eckel, PhD
  • Supporting Local Ecology – Native Plants for the Small Home Gardens,  Kate Brandes
  • Managing Land for Pollinators and Conservation Biocontrol, Emily May
  • Designing a Patchwork Ecology in Urban Ecosystems, David Seiter
  • Keeping Carbon in the Ground: A Scientific Exploration of Climate Change and Soil Health, Kristen DeAngelis
  • Sustainable Landscape Applications, Applied Ecology, Ecological Services, and Biomimicry, Rick Huffman
  • Backyard Carbon Sequestration – How You Can Help, Adrian Ayers Fisher
  • Quest for Resilience: Adaptive Strategies for Sustainable Plant Design, Laura Hansplant
  • Farming on the Wild Side: Regenerative Production Practices Based on Multifunctional Perennial Plantings, John Hayden
  • Fire in Landscape Management – Strategies for Living with It, Alan J Long
  • Missouri and the New Tallgrass Prairie Economy, Carol Davit

Content available to CCLC members. To become a member of CCLC, visit our Membership Page.

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