http://mail-dog.com Garden Conservancy eNews RSS feed of of Garden Conservancy e-newsletters Garden Conservancy eNews - October 2nd, 2014 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/NXwuvs=&rss=1&email= The <b>October 2014 eNews </b>contains updates on 2014 Open Days, a book review of Gardens of the Garden State, design tips from garden designer Luciano Giubbelei, a spotlight on a new Open Days garden in Maryland, the graduation of the Gardens of Alcatraz, and much more. Garden Conservancy eNews - April 23rd, 2014 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/MlYF+c=&rss=1&email= The <b>April 2014 </b> edition of the Garden Conservancy eNews includes news (and lots of photos!) of the first Open Days in the 2014 season as well as highlights still to come, a description of an unusual adventure at Sissinghurst Castle Garden, plus new developments at Longue Vue, Yew Dell, and many of our other preservation gardens. February eNews - February 12th, 2014 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/MlKTq0=&rss=1&email= The <b>February 2014</b> Garden Conservancy eNews includes a description of the coming Open Days season (our 20th!), talks by Dr. Brian Huntley about the fab South African botanical garden Kirstenbosch, updates on community efforts to protect a public garden in Maine, new developments at the Ruth Bancroft Garden in California, and much more. September eNews - September 27th, 2013 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/MkpWJw=&rss=1&email= The <b>September 2013</b> Garden Conservancy eNews describes the discovery of a forgotten early-1900s garden, new exhibits at the Gardens of Alcatraz and the Elizabeth Lawrence Gardens, seminars on gardening & health and on preserving Beatrix Farrand's gardens, special botanical art events, the launch of a campaign by the Lord & Schryver Conservancy, and other news in saving and sharing gardens across the country. April eNews - April 18th, 2013 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/MmG07k=&rss=1&email= The <b>April 2013</b> Garden Conservancy eNews describes highlights of the new Open Days season, the GCA centennial, several new magazine features on some of our favorite gardens, and a new crop of awards for horticultural heroes. Garden Conservancy eNews - February 13th, 2013 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/GJZdbU=&rss=1&email= The <b>February 2013</b> Garden Conservancy eNews gives a preview of the 2013 Open Days season and of upcoming education events. Plus a Christmas bloom list from Montrose, new developments at LongHouse Reserve, John Fairey's latest horticultural honor, and much more. September eNews - September 14th, 2012 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/GJLGK0=&rss=1&email= The <b>September 2012</b> Garden Conservancy eNews includes the latest developments in our Open Days program, the Garden Conservancy's move to a renovated cultural center in the Hudson Valley, upcoming Preservation Weekend conference in Chicago, and much more news of garden preservation work around the country. April eNews - April 25th, 2012 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/GIJrk8=&rss=1&email= The <b>April 2012</b> Garden Conservancy eNews includes updates on efforts to preserve the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden and the landscape at Manitoga and news about the Garden Club of America's Medal for Historic Preservation, presented to the Conservancy on April 17. Plus Open Days news, seminar updates, flower show winners, and more. February eNews - February 17th, 2012 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/GKHDLA=&rss=1&email= The <strong>February 2012</strong> Garden Conservancy eNews includes information on the campaign to save the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden in Los Angeles, interviews with an Open Days garden host in upstate New York and with Dick Turner, editor of Pacific Horticulture magazine, in San Francisco. Plus much more! September eNews - September 29th, 2011 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/Db5Qzs=&rss=1&email= The <b>September 2011</b> Garden Conservancy eNews includes a report on the impact of recent storms and droughts on both public and private gardens, information on the November celebration of Tom Armstrong's new book and his life with art and gardens, Open Days travelogues, and much more. Garden Conservancy eNews - June 23rd, 2011 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/DYfGu4=&rss=1&email= The <b>June 2011</b> Garden Conservancy eNews describes new developments at Rocky Hills (Mt. Kisco, NY), announces LongHouse Reserve's new affiliation with the Garden Conservancy, presents an interview with an Open Days garden host in Illinois, and chronicles a day trip to five exuberant gardens in northern California. And much more! March eNews - March 31st, 2011 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/DYr1J8=&rss=1&email= The <b>March 2011</b> edition of the Garden Conservancy eNews features the launch of the 2011 garden-visiting season in our Open Days program as well as at the Preservation Project gardens with whom we work across the country. Also, read about Hollister Homestead's addition to the National Register of Historic Places, a Society of Fellows evening in New York City, new staff, a new book, and lots of upcoming events and Open Days. Garden Conservancy eNews - January 20th, 2011 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/Dbp1Uw=&rss=1&email= The <b>January 2011</b> Garden Conservancy eNews includes an interview with an Open Days garden host in Vermont, photos from volunteer group activities, an announcement of an upcoming DVD on Quatre Vents in Quebec, and other news from the Conservancy's network. Plus distinguished garden properties for sale, new job openings, and upcoming events around the country. Garden Conservancy eNews - August 25th, 2010 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/Db10uw=&rss=1&email= The <b>August 2010</b> Garden Conservancy eNews reports on a grand tour of New England Open Days, new life for Western Hills in Sonoma County, CA, and a new challege grant. Plus distinguished garden properties for sale, new job openings, and lots of upcoming events around the country. Welcome to the Garden Conservancy E-newsletter - June 11th, 2010 http://mail-dog.com/page.html?p=0000015O0FDSV9o06ZeUALm/0kEopk/DYKS/8=&rss=1&email= The inaugural issue of the Garden Conservancy's eNews, published in <b>June 2010</b>, highlights many of our people, projects, and events. Plus a sampling of milestones at gardens with whom we work around the country, from the restoration of Louisiana irises at Longue Vue Garden in New Orleans to a new gate at the Elizabeth Lawrence Garden in Charlotte, NC.