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National Conference GREEN CITY 
‘TOO LITTLE AND TOO MUCH WATER – ADAPTATION’              IN POLISH 

September 3 (Thursday), 1100-1400
Warsaw, Ogrodowa 58 Str.


Today’s cities are challenged by the impact of climate change and growing social awareness. A long-lasting drought and at the same time the growing problem of the effects of torrential rains, as well as the growing expectations of residents who require good-quality and accessible greenery are some of the more specific problems that city managers, specialists responsible for managing, designing and maintaining green areas have to solve today.

This year's edition of the conference on public greenery, initiated in 2000 by Agencja Promocji Zieleni and the Nurserymen Association, will focus on the subject of water and green materials. Ways of dealing with too little or too much water, as well as the planning of surface retention systems, their elements, effectiveness and economic aspects. During the conference, you will find answers to these issues along with practical tips on what to pay attention to when designing and contracting retention facilities. We will also look at green investments from the plant side. In addition to a specific selection of trees, grasses, perennials and roses, we will propose practical tools and methods that allow elimination of errors and increase the effectiveness of gardening and landscape projects. We will present proven projects, and the experts' suggestions will inspire you to act and make changes in your “own backyard”.

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This time we meet in a hybrid form - “live” in the conference room (limited number of people) and online - real-time coverage on the Internet.

 


The meeting is addressed to:
• municipal gardeners, inspectors and specialists from Environmental Protection, Municipal and Investment Departments, responsible for public greenery in cities and townships • landscape architects • representatives of landscape companies • administrators and managers of greenery in housing complexes

 


Landscape Architect's Workshop
Urban Surface Retention System (SPRiM) in design practice            IN POLISH 

September 3 (Thursday), 1500-1700
Warsaw, Ogrodowa 58 Str


Practical aspects of the design and implementation of Surface Urban Retention Systems and related formal issues. Analysis of project documentation of specific technical and design solutions implemented on a different scale in Pomerania, as well as questions and discussion of the problems raised by the participants. The workshop will be conducted by Dr. Joanna Rayss, Eng. landscape architect, expert in the field of implementing elements of the Green City Infrastructure and Surface Urban Retention Systems as tools in adaptation to climate change. He specializes in designing public areas, estate greenery and solutions in the field of Nature Based Solutions. Member of the Board of the Landscape Architecture Association (sak.org.pl).

20 people can participate in the "live" classes, which will take place in Warsaw, in compliance with all applicable sanitary rules.

 


The meeting is addressed to:
• municipal gardeners, inspectors and specialists from Environmental Protection, Municipal and Investment Departments, responsible for public greenery in cities and townships • landscape architects • representatives of landscape companies • administrators and managers of greenery in housing complexes


 


FLORISTIC INSPIRATIONS 
with Monika Bębenek                     IN POLISH 

September 4 (Friday), 1000-1130
online


The charismatic winner of many awards, Polish vice-champion in floristry, international judge in floral art, flower shop owner and enthusiastic teacher of floristry will share her love for flowers and nature by presenting proposals for compositions of garden and meadow plants with refined cut flowers from elegant hall. Seeking new solutions, fond of discoveries and surprises, this time she will invite us to her world, where emotions and flowers reign with all their imperfectness, elusiveness and delicacy ...




The meeting is addressed to:
• florists, employees and owners of flower shops, organizers of special events, lovers of flowers and interior decoration

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Lanscape Architect's Workshop 
‘HOME GARDEN – NEW LOOK,
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES’
             IN POLISH 

September 4 (Friday), 1000-1400
Warsaw, Ogrodowa 58 Str.


Workshops will be run by Agnieszka Hubeny-Żukowska - garden designer, traveler, journalist and artist. It will guide participants through the design process to achive a well-functioning and beautiful garden, giving the investor a sense of joy and satisfaction.

20 people can participate in the "live" classes, which will take place in compliance with all relevant sanitary rules.


The meeting is addressed to:
• designers, landscape architects, gardeners and enthusiasts of green spaces



Debate - KNOWLEDGE FOR TRADE
'NEW REALITY - NEW THREATS,
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES'
                 IN POLISH AND ENGLISH 

September 4 (Friday), 1300-1500
online


This year's meeting of people active in the horticultural trade industry will take the form of an online debate. We will focus on sharing experiences and ideas, mainly concerning the new Covid-19 realities, especially on re-evaluation of priorities and problems related to stocking or the local nature of deliveries. We will try to draw conclusions for the future. Another issue on the agenda, raised in September not by accident, will be the activation of autumn sales, and new trends and opportunities to reach the customer. It is also worth considering the advantages of centers indicated in the questionnaires compared to networks - the quality and range of the plant assortment, competent and friendly service - how can these be developed, which activities can add to the list of advantages?

We will get to know different points of view, diagnoses and ideas of experts from Poland and abroad. The debate will be attended by specialists active in retail and wholesale sales, plant production as well as consulting and trade support.


The debate is addressed to:
• owners and employees of garden centers • buyers, managers and employees of the “Garden” departments of building and garden chain stores • nurserymen that supply plants and run their own retail outlets

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