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New book: Public Garden Management

pgm_coversx250“The complete-and-ready reference for establishing, managing, and running a successful and sustainable, profitable public garden.” That’s how co-publishers Wiley describe Public Garden Management, new book edited by Donald A. Rakow, the Elizabeth Newman Wilds Director of Cornell Plantations and Director of the Cornell Graduate Program in Public Garden Leadership and Sharon A. Lee, the principal of Sharon Lee & Associates, the former deputy director of the American Public Gardens Association and the founding editor of the Public Garden, the journal of the American Public Gardens Association.

“Students and professionals will benefit greatly from the management principles outlined in this book, helping them establish and maintain new and existing public gardens that engage, inspire, and connect with their communities.”

Read more about the book.

Update [2/22/2011]: See also Cornell Chronicle article.

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