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NELDHA Sponsors Fletcher Steele Roundtable

A rich patina graces the cascade fountains at Rolling Ridge

NELDHA is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the Preservation Roundtable and Workshop on the Fountains and Gardens of renowned landscape architect Fletcher Steele at Rolling Ridge, North Andover, Massachusetts on Monday, September 16, from 9:30 - 3 pm. 

Rolling Ridge is gathering Steele experts to help put Fletcher Steele and Rolling Ridge on the Massachusetts garden history map. Rolling Ridge is a destination place with a hidden gem up to this point, but it can be a showplace of the genius of one the nation’s great landscape architects. Our National Historic Landmarks include two of Steele's designs: Naumkeag in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and the Amphitheatre in Camden, Maine. 

 
Toby Wolf Keynote Speaker at NELDHA's Annual Dinner

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Illustration: Vegetated Bioswale at Cornell Plantations, Cornell University. Wolf Lighthall  Landscape Architecture.

NELDHA's Annual Dinner on June 14, 2013 at MIT Endicott House in Dedham Massachusetts featured talented landscape architect Toby Wolfe of Wolf Lighthall, a Boston based landscape architecture firm as its keynote speaker.

 
NELDHA's PresNet and TTOR Co-Sponsor a Preservation Workshop

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NELDHA's PresNet and The Trustees of Reservations' (TTOR)  Preservation Workshop at  TTOR's Naumkeag site in Stockbridge, Massachusetts provided an unique experience to see a well managed restoration in progress. Naumkeag, a National Historic Landmark, is undergoing a $2 million restoration of its iconic gardens. The sold out program was on June 7, 2013, and despite the torrential rain, all agreed the program was excellent.

 
NELDHA Designers at the 2013 Boston Flower and Garden Show

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Massachusetts Horticultural Society’s exhibit for the Flower Show of 2013 is “Sowing Seeds of Change.” NELDHA members Olga Martins and Suzanne Higham are contributing to the exhibit. Olga’s design is a “Garden to Table” theme. Suzanne’s design depicts the “Playground Movement.” The plan above illustrates Olga’s plan.

 
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