Studioverde and our collaborators are passionate about sustainable and ecologically based landscape design and land management and we welcome invitations to speak at events, develop and teach courses, and lead webinars for your students, organization, community, or team.
Learn about the trend toward beautiful, healthy, high performing landscapes. Discover the evolving role of public art and aesthetics in creating thoughtful and provocative places for people. Understand why a sustainable landscape-based design approach for land development, campus planning, stormwater management is cost effective and creates a sense of place and community.
Or learn more about the newly launched SITEStm rating system and how a sustainable sites approach will transform your campus, property or public greenspace into something that connects people to your place and fulfills your sustainability goals.
Some of the venues and organizations where we have presented
- The American Society of Landscape Architects Annual Conference
- New Partners for Smart Growth: Building Safe, Healthy, Equitable and Prosperous Communities.
- National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Designing Cities Conference
- The American Airport Executives Association
- The Scenarios, Services, and Society (S3) Research Coordination Network
- The US Green Building Council (USGBC), Maine Chapter
- The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Austin Chapter
- The Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA)
- The City of Portland, Maine
- The Coastal Maine Botanical Garden
- Garden Club Federation of Maine
- The Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM)
- Environmental and Energy Technology Council (E2Tech) of Maine
- Think Blue Maine
- Unity College
- The Green Campus Consortium of Maine (GCCM)
Samples of Talk Titles
Sustainable Landscapes and Ecological Design
- “SITES from the Ground Up”
- “SITES and High Performance Campuses”
- “Water Flows and Woes: Design Aesthetics that Integrate Water Management”
- “Changing the Conversation on Ecological Design”
- “Sustainable Hardscapes: What Questions Should We be Asking?”
- “Naturalizing Hardscapes: Creative Approaches to Transforming Harsh Urban Spaces”
- “The Nuts and Bolts of Public Art”
- “Public Art and Watershed Protection: Flooded with Great Ideas”
- “Little interventions=Spaces to Love”
- “The Cost of Green Infrastructure: Cheaper than We Thought”
- “Economic Benefits of Green Infrastructure”