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More about Lindsay

When I was 13 I began gardening as a summer job on an antique farm in Temple NH, tending ancient peonies and a luscious raspberry patch.  One summer during highschool I worked at Webber's Dublin Nursery where I was introduced to Gray's Manual of Botany and the wonders of roadside seed collecting through Carl Webber's stories.  After a year of studying Horticulture and Agriculture in the midwest ('95) I left my university which wasn't the best fit for me as they were basically streaming everyone into golf course maintenance programs or to managing very large commercial farms, no talk of ecology, natives or scale variables; it kind of blew my mind after attending a NOFA summer conference at Hampshire College in Western Massachusetts that everyone in education wouldn't be thinking about these things.

Continuing Education
  • One season at Arbor Gardens a retail nursery in Keene, NH

  • One growing season on an organic small farm in Tenants Harbor, Maine through MOFGA's apprenticeship program

  • Three month appropriate technology/ agriculture course in Belize through Heartland Institute, CO

  • Two years at the Landscape Institute formally of Harvard University

  • I love to jump at the chance for horticulture centered travel.

  • BA in Biology from Keene State College with an emphasis in Architecture

  • Certified Organic Landscape Professional through NOFA-Ct

  • Member of NOFA-NH, MOFGA, NARGS (North American Rock Garden Society)

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