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A Knowledge Keeper of ancient Celtic wisdom, Diana hosted a Medicine Walk at High Park to raise awareness of plant medicine and the growing need for restorative healing spaces for children with anxiety as part of the Ontario Climate Consortium Symposium. Healing gardens are designed with plants that offer effective phytochemicals absorbed into the body through breathing or touch.
As Diana writes in her books, the pharmacological properties of these plants include: improved breathing; calmed heart rate; cerebral vasodilation opening up the arteries of the brain, which induces clear thinking ; and an overall improved feeling of well-being. Healing garden designs are also guided by Indigeneous Knowledge, and informed by psychology i. As therapeutic restorative landscapes, these special places attract life e. Diana Beresford-Kroeger is a world recognized author, medical biochemist and botanist.
She combines western scientific knowledge and the traditional concepts of the ancient world. Orphaned in her youth, Beresford-Kroeger was educated by Celtic Elders who instructed her in the Brehon knowledge of plants and nature, and told her she was the last child of ancient Ireland and would one day bring this knowledge to a troubled future.
Diana will be a special advisor to support the work of the Healing Garden Collective. Gary is Founder, Owner and Principal of 4 Directions of Conservation, with over 17 years of professional experience. He has travelled and worked in almost First Nations communities throughout Canada and northern United States. One of Gary's greatest strengths is that he is often able to be the one who acts as the bridge between the Indigenous Community and the western style of government.
Gary has successfully collaborated with many stakeholder groups, researchers, institutes, government agencies, Indigenous communities, and political organizations to address environmental concerns and identify practical solutions to environmental related issues. Gary will provide Indigenous Knowledge plant medicines and teachings , as well as ecological and engagement expertise, to support the work of the Healing Garden Collective.
He has over 7 years of experience in green infrastructure, landscape planning, urban design, indigenous placekeeping and environmental design. Terence has also been an ongoing supporter of Indigenous programs like Nikibii Dawadina Gigwaag , an Indigenous youth education and training program where he has been a visiting professional and mentor sinceHe believes that as an Indigenous practitioner, it is his responsibility to advocate for the rights and increase the presence of Indigenous peoples in the field of Landscape Architecture and the design of the public realm.
Gina is a landscape architect and consulting arborist collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams and global firms for over 17 years. Typical project work includes parks and trails, naturalization, streetscapes, school grounds, commercial and residential development. Gina is a heritage tree evaluator for the Forests Ontario Heritage Tree Program and has lead numerous tree tours with the Canadian Tree Fund and area naturalist groups.
As a consulting arborist, Gina carries out tree inventory and preservation planning with tree valuation, risk assessment, and butternut health assessment qualifications. Gina has extensive experience with school ground and child care greening and playgrounds, integrating student and user engagement and participatory design.
She is dedicated to lifelong learning and gleaning an understanding of play and the natural world from her two kids. Jane is the principal at Garden Jane and partner at Hoffmann Hayes. She is passionate about helping grow the infrastructure for gardens and garden programs that serve and help support thriving people and ecologies in the GTA and globally.
Angela completed her Honours B. She works with Indigenous communities in urban and rural settings with issues related to Indigenous health including culture, language, land-based learning, climate action, and policy analysis and development. Angela will support the Healing Garden Collective as an advisor by providing an Indigenous health perspective to our work.
Diana Beresford-Kroeger. Gary Pritchard. Terence Radford. Gina Brouwer. Jane Hayes. Angela Mashford-Pringle.
July 15,Landscape Ontario July Association News. Designs By The Yard will showcase everything from high-end garden furniture to unique perennials, urns and affordable accessories. The retail stretch along Annette Street in Toronto is getting a boost with the opening of Designs By The Yard, an upscale garden design studio and boutique. The specialty store, owned by award-winning landscape designer, Beth Edney CLD, offers area residents a one-stop shop for beautifying their outdoor spaces. Edney is well known among LO members, serving on numerous volunteer committees.
Landscape Architect: Gustafson Porter | Location: London, UK Beresford Square, Greens End and General Gordon Square (approx.
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In Gustafson Porter won the competition to design these two linked squares in central Woolwich which were completed inGeneral Gordon Square is a green garden square while Beresford Square is the market square for Woolwich. Woolwich Arsenal main line and Docklands Light railway station is on General Gordon Square and the project is a remodelling of an existing green open space. The remodelled squares are part of the renewal of Woolwich following the closing of the Royal Arsenal in and also following the riots and destruction in Woolwich, part of the London-wide riots in summer
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A Knowledge Keeper of ancient Celtic wisdom, Diana hosted a Medicine Walk at High Park to raise awareness of plant medicine and the growing need for restorative healing spaces for children with anxiety as part of the Ontario Climate Consortium Symposium. Healing gardens are designed with plants that offer effective phytochemicals absorbed into the body through breathing or touch. As Diana writes in her books, the pharmacological properties of these plants include: improved breathing; calmed heart rate; cerebral vasodilation opening up the arteries of the brain, which induces clear thinking ; and an overall improved feeling of well-being.