Sustainability Made Simple

A considered, ecological approach to landscape design doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. Award-winning landscape designer and owner of REALM, Jason Isenberg, will demystify a number of sustainability topics including water harvesting, organic gardening, permaculture, xeriscaping, smart irrigation, thoughtful plant selection, and more. Once you know the basics, you’ll be able to mix and match methods to create a landscape specially tailored for your conscience, priorities and aesthetic preferences.

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Details

All online classes are available for full replay for two weeks after the date of the class. You will receive an email from education1@tucsonbotanical.org the day before with the Zoom link to your instructor’s class.

20% Member discount

Members $36, Non-members $45

Date: 10/21/2020

Time: 10am to 12pm

Price: $45

Class availability limitations: None

Instructor

Jason Isenberg

Jason Isenberg

Landscape designer, Jason Isenberg, developed an enthusiasm for working with plants and people as a horticultural therapist at Desert Survivors, a non-profit plant nursery that serves adults with developmental disabilities. Now, Jason shares his passion for organics, sustainable practices, unique design and outdoor living with the public as founder and owner of REALM (www.realmenvironments.com), a full-service outdoor lifestyle firm specializing in custom design, detailed construction and 100% organic maintenance. Jason and REALM have won numerous awards as they blend a fresh outlook, concern for fragile natural resources, and a passion for originality together to achieve what they have termed “sophisticated sustainability.”

Photo credit: Gillian Drummond