Expanding Gardens Dual Session
Event Type: 
Session
Track: 
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time: 
Fri June, 27 - 10:15am to 11:45am
Location: 
Colorado Ballroom E
Presenter: 
Session 1: Waking Sleeping Beauty: The Public Gardens Collection at The Trustees of Reservations L.A. Brockway, Program Leadership, The Trustees of Reservations, Beverly , Massachusetts // Session 2: Managing Satellite Gardens: Challenges and Opportunities L.G. Vickerman, Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, Littleton, Colorado, C. Wichman, National Tropical Botanical Garden, Kalaheo, Hawaii, G. Kenicer, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Session 1: Waking Sleeping Beauty: The Public Gardens Collection at The Trustees of Reservations
ind out what happens when a century-old land trust organization takes a hard look at its 111 properties and brings them to life with a focus on public gardens, decorative arts, and designed landscapes. This presentation will describe the financial opportunities of re-packaging, marketing and programming a collection of individual properties and the challenges of defining a vision for significant gardens in a non-traditional public garden organization. Handsome princes and wicked witches will be found along this journey.

View the session presentation here. (Part One)

View the session presentation here. (Part Two)

 

Session 2: Managing Satellite Gardens: Challenges and Opportunities
Operating multiple garden sites sounds exciting and a great way to expand the influence of an institution’s mission to new audiences. The challenge is to provide the resources and direction that can help a satellite garden thrive and develop its own character while supporting the overarching goals of the larger institution. How do we apply the overall institutional mission appropriately so each site is relevant but still maintains a unique identity? If your institution already operates multiple sites or is considering developing satellite locations, this presentation will be valuable to board members, administrators and staff involved in execution.

Sessions in this Track

Event Type:
Workshop
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Mon June, 23 - 8:30am to 5:00pm
Location:
Colorado Ballroom A-B
Presenter(s):
C. McCaw, C. Ross, Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Cost:
$125.00

This all day workshop mirrors the training given to staff and students at Longwood Gardens. Sharing the Longwood Philosophy of Guest Experience,...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Tue June, 24 - 9:45am to 11:15am
Location:
Colorado Ballroom G-H
Presenter(s):
S. VanLoon, Berends Hendricks Stuit Insurance, Grandville, Michigan, G. Papiernik, Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square , Pennsylvania, K. Bachtell, The...

Natural disasters bring multiple concerns for public gardens. Keeping staff and visitors protected and mitigating damage to collections, grounds...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Tue June, 24 - 1:15pm to 2:45pm
Location:
Colorado Ballroom G-H
Presenter(s):
M. Weathington, JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, M. Dosmann, The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, Boston...

ISA Credit Hours Approved.

Collecting plants in the wild does more than add to an individual institution’s...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Wed June, 25 - 8:45am to 10:15am
Location:
Colorado Ballroom G-H
Presenter(s):
Session 1: Civic Engagement Through Gentle Convincement: A Public Garden’s Reach Should (and Can) Exceed Its Grasp R. Humphrey, Lewis Ginter...

Session 1: Civic Engagement Through Gentle Convincement: A Public Garden’s Reach Should (and Can) Exceed Its Grasp When a public garden—based on...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Wed June, 25 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Location:
Colorado Ballroom G-H
Presenter(s):
S. Eccleston, Facilities and Grounds, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas, C. Bass, Executive, Santa Fe Botanical Garden,...

How can you succeed at the intersection of Art and Nature? How do we balance the botanical garden’s mission with the mission of the museum? These...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Wed June, 25 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Location:
Colorado F
Presenter(s):
S.P. Beck, American Public Gardens Association, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, M. Speiser, ecoAmerica, Washington, District of Columbia, C. Dunn,...

Engage with ground breaking leaders from YOUtopia member gardens to understand the process that small, medium, and large gardens have experienced...

Event Type:
Workshop
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Wed June, 25 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Location:
Colorado Ballroom E
Presenter(s):
Bill Thomas, Executive Director, Chanticleer Foundation
Cost:
$10.00

Join gardeners, curators, IPM specialists, educators, and directors for a lively discussion in what’s been called “business school meets speed...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Thu June, 26 - 8:15am to 9:45am
Location:
Colorado Ballroom C-D
Presenter(s):
D.C. Needham, Education, Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, J. Page, Information Technology, Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square,...

Sir Arthur C. Clark once noted that “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Come hear from staff from public...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Fri June, 27 - 10:15am to 11:45am
Location:
Colorado Ballroom E
Presenter(s):
Session 1: Waking Sleeping Beauty: The Public Gardens Collection at The Trustees of Reservations L.A. Brockway, Program Leadership, The Trustees of...

Session 1: Waking Sleeping Beauty: The Public Gardens Collection at The Trustees of Reservations
ind out what happens...

Event Type:
Session
Track:
Liberated Leadership
Date / Time:
Fri June, 27 - 1:45pm to 2:45pm
Location:
Denver Ballroom 5-6
Presenter(s):
M. Mack, T. Wilson, T. Broughton, Executive, Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, Arizona, B. Meyerson, BMC Consulting, LLC, Chandler, Arizona, J...

Conservation, growth and sustainability are all important components for a public garden. The professional and personal development of future...