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LongHouse Awards and Lunch

Tue, 09/17/2019 - 13:15

LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will host a Landscape Awards lunch on Saturday honoring Amy Goldman Fowler, Charles and Kathleen Marder, Lynden Miller, and Thomas Woltz.

The day will begin with a continental breakfast and garden lecture at Hoie Hall at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton. The LongHouse gardens will open at 11:30, with the lunch at noon.

Ms. Miller, Mr. Woltz, and Ms. Fowler will deliver the talk. Ms. Miller is a New York City-based public garden designer who was responsible for restoring the Conservatory Garden in Central Park, among other significant projects. Mr. Woltz is a landscape architect concerned with restoration ecology. Ms. Fowler is a gardener and author supporting heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables and seed saving. Her book “The Melon” came out this week.

The Marders are known for their Bri­dgehampton nursery and garden store, which offers landscape design and all-organic practices. 

Tickets begin at $300, or $250 for members. For the lecture only, tickets are $75 and $50. They can be purchased through the LongHouse website.