During the interactive tours, design, construction and maintenance experts will reveal lessons learned, issue resolutions and best practices they’ve established at the Civic Garden Center - Green Learning Station and at Mercy West Hospital. The
experts will give project overviews while on tour of the green infrastructures elements (roofs, rain gardens, rain detention and permeable pavers) of these proven projects. Come learn how to incorporate green infrastructure features into your service mix in a profitable and effective manner.
• See how green infrastructure projects get accomplished, change over time and deliver measurable results
• Learn about the components of rain gardens, pavement and rain detention projects and how they support sustainability
• Discover the opportunities and challenges of designing, building and maintaining green infrastructures
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Location: Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati, 2715 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Ryan Mooney-Bullock is the Program Manager of the Green Learning Station (GLS) at the Civic Garden Center. Ryan
manages the green infrastructure and food gardens and leads educational tours with fellow members of the Green Learning Team. Ryan earned her BA [University of Chicago] and an MA [Antioch University] in Environmental Studies and enjoys sustainable gardening.
Rose Seeger GRP, LEED AP, is the Owner of Green City Resources, a Cincinnati-based women-owned landscaping company specializing in the design, installation and maintenance of storm water management systems; Green Roofs, bio retention, rain water harvesting and sustainable site design. Rose participated in the construction of GLS project and serves as site maintenance contractor for the Mercy Hospital West green roof projects.
Contact Education Director Lisa Larson with any questions