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James Hitchmough Public lecture Thursday October 21st

Why planting design is so important in the 21st century - integrating the aesthetic and ecological"

James Hitchmough Public lecture Thursday, October 21st 2021 at 5PM

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James Hitchmough is Professor of Horticultural Ecology, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield. He is an expert in the design, ecology, and management of herbaceous vegetation.

Landscape Architecture in APEP in cooperation with the UCD presents
James Hitchmough in-person at a public lecture. Thursday, October 21st, 2021 - 5PM

Lecture theatre G80, Newstead Building, UCD Campus, D04 V1W8. Bike and car parking available, Dublin Bus route 11, stops 859, 878, 879.

The event will also be made available as a live Zoom webinar: https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/j/64681195916 Meeting ID: 646 8119 5916

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