Long Island Grown II: Food and Beverage Artisans at Work, the Peconic Land Trust’s spring lecture series, will continue on Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton with “The Appetizer,” a discussion featuring three of the East End’s producers.
The participants will be Brendan Davison, owner and operator of Good Water Farms, an organic microgreen farm in East Hampton; Carissa Waechter, the owner of Carissa’s Breads and co-founder of the Amagansett Food Institute, and Jeri Woodhouse, founder of A Taste of the North Fork.
The second annual Robert Dash Garden Design Lecture will take place at a private club in New York City on Monday at 6 p.m. Peter Wirtz, a Belgium-based landscape architect and C.E.O. of Wirtz International, will speak about the importance of horticultural knowledge in garden design.
Mr. Wirtz’s company, founded by Jacques Wirtz in 1948, has been in the forefront of garden design for almost six decades, creating public, private, and corporate gardens throughout Europe, the United States, Israel, and Japan.