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9:05 am 370 Boylston Street – Install new channel letters for Sports & Gadgets (formerly Asian Collections). Pct. 8This article has 2 other Boston locations (Show)
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The Harvard University Graduate School of Design presents its Frederick Law Olmsted Lecture on Thursday, October 6, from 6:30 – 8:30 in the Gund Piper Auditorium. The featured speaker is Peter Latz, who will give a talk entitled Pioneering New Territory. Peter Latz studied landscape architecture at the Technical University of Munich. He is best known for his emphasis on reclamation and conversion of former industrialized landscapes. Retired today, he was an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and was also a visiting professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
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Friday, October 14, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm, and Saturday, October 15, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm – Invasive Plants: Identification, Documentation, and Control
What’s all the fuss? Botanists, ecologists, horticulturists, and conservation professionals are united in their concern about invasive plants, but there is still some confusion about what they are and what to do about them. In this New England Wild Flower Society class led by Ted Elliman on October 14 & 15, you will study the basic ecological problems created by these aggressive species and the complicated issues involved in controlling them. You will learn to identify some of New England’s most common invasive species through images, specimens, and a short local field visit from our base at Garden in the Woods, in Framingham. Bring a bag lunch and a hand lens; wear waterproof shoes and dress appropriately for the weather. NEWFS members $124, nonmembers $145. Register online at www.newfs.org. Image of akebia quinata (chocolate vine) from www.salicicola.com.
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