Pamela Conrad presents “Climate Positive Landscape Design” at the Green Thumb virtual series event on March 11. Submitted photo

‘Climate Positive Landscape Design’ set

Pamela Conrad, landscape architect and founder of Climate Positive Design, will present “Climate Positive Landscape Design” at the next Green Thumb Garden Tips series event, held virtually from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, March 11, on Zoom.

Conrad will discuss the landscape carbon footprint and the differences between embodied, operational, and sequestered carbon and will provide strategies and tools to evaluate and improve the carbon capacity of landscapes. She will educate attendees on how to minimize emissions of materials, increase carbon sequestration through planting techniques, and improve ongoing operations and maintenance procedures.

Conrad will also explore the co-benefits associated with low-carbon landscapes, such as biodiversity, biophilia and stormwater management.

To attend by computer, access the following link: tinyurl.com/GTconrad. Or, join by phone by calling 253-215-8782 (meeting ID 926 7320 7958; passcode: 715047).

Conrad has published numerous works and presented internationally for developing the app Pathfinder: Landscape Carbon Calculator and the Climate Positive Design Challenge.

Sponsored by WSU Clallam County Master Gardeners, the Green Thumb Garden Tips education series sessions are available from noon-1 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday, February through October (in November, December and January, one lecture is offered).

These classes provide home gardeners with education on research-based sustainable garden practices in Clallam County.

For more information, call 360-565-2679.

More in Life

Sequim composer Jennifer Thomas’ songs continue to be used by professional figure skaters, including three competitors at the 2021 World Figure Skating Championships in Stockholm, Sweden in late March. Her songs were a part of routines that helped Belgium, Japan and South Korea qualify spots at the 2022 Winter Olympics. Photo by Ron Southworth
Figure skaters bring Sequim composer’s songs to World Championships

Thomas hopes to hear her song played in 2022 Winter Olympics

Free author event to explore dealing with Alzheimer’s

Community members are invited to learn more from Bainbridge Island author Rosalys… Continue reading

tsr
Olympic Peninsula Academy students create plan for lunar life

This year’s project, Jorel Bessey noted, was a bit more of a… Continue reading

Shipley Center resumes some in-person activities

The Shipley Center, 921 E. Hammond St., has resumed some in-person classes… Continue reading

tsr
Get It Growing: Growing food in limited spaces

Do you think you need a big yard to grow a lot… Continue reading

tsr
Milestone: Sequim Soroptimists name Julmist Girl of Month for March

Soroptimist International of Sequim recently named Jayla Julmist as the organization’s Girl… Continue reading

Parenting In Focus: Consider independent play

One part of play we seldom talk about is independent play. We… Continue reading

tsr
Local gardeners invited to consider ‘To Till or Not to Till’

Ever thought of creating a vegetable garden that does not require tilling?… Continue reading

Peninsula College Foundation extends deadline for scholarship applications

The Peninsula College Foundation has extended its application deadline for dozens of… Continue reading

Most Read