Garden Revolution: How Our Garden
Can Be a Source of Environmental Change

The Litchfield Garden Club will sponsor an Open Conservation Meeting on Thursday April 18 at the Litchfield Community Center. Landscape Designer and Author Larry Weaner will present Garden Revolution: How Our Garden Can be a Source of Environmental Change.

Founded in 1982, Larry Weaner Landscape Associates (LWLA) is nationally recognized for combining environmental science with the rich artistic traditions of landscape design. LWLA has designed and installed gardens and natural areas throughout the eastern US and has pioneered procedures that encourage the natural recruitment and proliferation of existing native vegetation.

A few of LWLA’s achievements for excellence and innovation include the Lady Bird Johnson Environmental Award, Place Maker Award and numerous Association of Professional Landscaper Designers (APLD) Awards.

LWLA’s designs have been profiled in national publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Landscape Architecture Magazine, Garden Design, American Gardener, Wildflower Magazine and ASLA’s The Dirt blog. Visit Larry Weaner’s website at

Thursday, April 18, 3 pm


The Litchfield Community Center
421 Bantam Road (Rt. 202)