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Recap of a Splendid Evening!

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On a cool but lovely Friday evening, NELDHA’s guests enjoyed each other’s company, delectable food and beverages in the lovely setting of the MIT Endicott House in Dedham, Massachusetts. Each guest received a copy of NELDHA’s new Self Guided Walking Tour of Boston’s Back Bay Green Spaces.

Our speaker, award-winning landscape architect Gregory Lombardi, described his background growing up in an Olmsted designed neighborhood in Pennsylvania and his travels as the foundation and inspiration for his becoming a landscape architect.

 
NELDHA Co-Sponsors Friends of Fairsted Lecture

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NELDHA is a proud Co-sponsor of the Friends of Fairsted Lecture series.

The 2015 Spring Lecture is by landscape architect Gary Hilderbrand, FASLA on PERSPECTIVES on PLACE: VISIBLE INVISIBLE. It will take place on Thursday, March 12, 2015 at Wheelock College, 43 Hawes Street, Brookline, Massachusetts.  The event is free and open to the public but reservations are necessary since these events sell out. To make a reservation email: friendsoffairsted@gmail.com.

 
Visit NELDHA's Booth at New England Grows

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NELDHA will be promoting our members’ services at New England Grows, the Northeast's premier commercial horticulture conference and exposition, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on February 4 through 6, 2015. This year NE Grows has placed all non-profits in a convenient area near the escalators. Please drop by and say hello.

 
Our Landscape Preservation Seminar at Castle Hill Rated Excellent!

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A sprinkling of snow set the stage at Castle Hill on November 14, 2014, for NELDHA’s Landscape Preservation Seminar. The seminar, co-sponsored with The Trustees of Reservations, focused on the recent restoration of the Casino sited within the historic allee. The seminar participants heard lectures on the Casino’s history, problems, restoration theory and techniques. Then they explored the restoration first hand.  In the afternoon, a distinguished panel answered questions on the restoration and addressed preservation issues facing the profession today. A special treat included a rare opportunity to climb to the top of the mansion for a 360-degree view of the estate and surrounding landscape. 

 
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