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Recording Lawn-webinar

The recording of our second webinar, ‘Lawn and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’, is now available on our YouTube-channel.

The recording of the webinar ‘Lawn and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’ is now available on our YouTube-channel. This is the second webinar in our Craft Skills for Garden Conservation-project.

Topics:
– Development of the lawn  and meadow from medieval to modern times
– Function and cultural significance of lawns and meadows
– Maintenance methods: ancient and modern
– The development from meadow to fine lawn and back again and how to combine historical authenticity with modern sustainable alternatives.
– Historic lawn care in a modern environment

Speakers:
Professor Maria Ignatieva, University of Western Australia.
PhD Eva Gustavsson, University of Gothenburg.
PhD Joakim Seiler, Gunnebo House and Gardens and University of Gothenburg.
Sue France, CEO The Green Estate Cic and Director, Pictorial Meadows Ltd.
David Hedges-Gower, Lawn consultant and chairman of the UK Lawn Association.
Meadow and horticultural consultant Jenny Nilsson.

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Recording Lawn-webinar

The recording of the second webinar, ‘Lawn and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’.

Recording Lawn-webinar

The recording of the second webinar, ‘Lawn and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’.

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Our Trained Fruit in Historic Kitchen Gardens-webinar took place on the 15th of March. If you missed it or want to see it again, the recording is now available on our YouTube channel GardenConservation.eu.

Result

The recordings from our first webinar, ‘Soil Management in Historic Gardens’, is now available on our YouTube Channel.
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