This fast-paced, information-saturated Berkshire Botanical Garden clinic on Saturday, November 2 from 9:30 – 4:30 will introduce design students, home owners andÂ others to an opportunity finding and problem solving design process. It will lead to the basic conceptual elements of a landscape master plan. All attendees will participate in the process of observing and designing. Students will come away coherent examples of how design happens. An active discussion format will focus on common design principles. A step by step power point presentation will focus the discussion later in the afternoon. This all day workshop is a prerequisite for Landscape Design Clinic Level II course offered in spring 2012. The field trip is held rain or shine. This class can be taken as a core requirement for the Horticulture Certificate Level II program, or as an individual class.Â $125 fee.Â To register call Berkshire Botanical Garden at 413-298-3926, or Berkshire Community College, 413-236-2127.
Instructor â€“ Walter Cudnohufsky, M.L.A. is a long-time dedicated teacher. Having founded and for twenty years directed the nationally acclaimed Conway (Mass.) School of Landscape Design, he has honed a reasoned approach to planning design. Currently his firm is engaged in many diverse and stimulating planning/design projects throughout the region.