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Tuesday, October 6 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Urban Space: Finding Place in Landscape and Horticulture Design

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Panelists meet at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, politics, culture, and economics. Using public space, horticulture, gardens, and landscape these creatives  exchange of ideas about their role in making cities more livable, competitive and resilient.

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Kendra Hyson

Co-Founder + President, The Urban Studio
Co-Founder + Board PresidentUrban Planner | Landscape ArchitectWashington, DCKendra exudes a deep commitment to community-based planning and a passion for using design as a tool to achieve social equity. As a native Washingtonian, she continues to pursue her commitment to equity and... Read More →

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Susannah Barton

Director, Quality Public Spaces, Memphis Medical District Collaborative
Susannah Barton is an urban planner and director of the Quality Public Spaces program at the Memphis Medical District Collaborative (MMDC), a community development organization focused on strengthening the communities between and around the major medical, educational and research... Read More →
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Adam Queen

Horticulturalist, Dixon Gallery & Gardens
I am currently a horticulturalist at The Dixon Gallery and Gardens where I work in the greenhouses and cutting garden growing annual cut flowers and perennials. My background is in commercial agriculture where I worked as a farmer for 7 years growing vegetables and traditional grain... Read More →
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Kim Halyak

Founder/Chair, Cooper-Young Garden Walk
Kim Halyak is an avid gardener, garden speaker, blogger, retired teacher, and passionate place-maker. In 2015, she started the Cooper-Young Garden Club, growing from 11 to 28 members. In 2016, she founded the Cooper-Young Garden Walk, a quirky, imaginative 2 1/2-day garden extravaganza... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT