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Thank you to everyone who attended and contributed to the event!

Are you wondering how many continuing education hours this event is worth? 
If you attended the keynote (1 hour), all three concurrent sessions (1.25 hours each; 3.75 hours total), and the plenary session (1 hour), that amounts to 5.75 hours of class time/continuing education. Note: For various reasons, these hours are not tracked/applied to specific Advanced Training Certificates.

Are you interested in downloading electronic copies of various handouts and presentations from the event?
If a speaker has shared his or her files, you’ll be able to access the files if you click on the presentation name below. Those presentations have also been tagged with the words "Downloadable Files." That means that -- on your desktop or laptop at least -- so you can do a search for the word "file" in the search box below and all of those specific presentations will be listed in the results.

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Thursday, May 25 • 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Finding your own Garden Style
There are many ways to create a beautiful garden, but the important thing is to create a garden that will be beautiful for the people who live in it. Five simple design principles can be used to  understand your own or a client's vision of what is beautiful, so that you can bring that vision to life in the garden.  

To download a copy of Elin Haaga's PowerPoint presentation, click on this link to access the Dropbox folder, then click on Download in the upper right corner of that page.

Speakers
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Elin Haaga

Adjunct Professor, The George Washington University
Elin Haaga was born in 1953 in Usk on the Welsh border, but brought up in Somerset in the south west of England. She was educated at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University where she read for a BA/MA in History and she also studied in London University for a Diploma in Education. S... Read More →


Thursday May 25, 2017 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Colony Ballroom