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A Beautiful Evening, Food & People contribute to the Success of our Annual Dinner

Everyone had a great time this year at our Annual Dinner at the MIT Endicott House. Speaker Linda Jonash, Director of Planning and Design – Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy inspired us with the challenges faced, lessons learned and plans for the Greenway. Our members are sure to be the first to line up for a ride on the new Carousel and stroll the revised landscape! Landscape Institute Director Heather Heimarck spoke eloquently about the Landscape Institute and NELDHA and each organization's promising future. Stuart Ruggles described NELDHA’s dedication to meeting our members' needs and the Strategic Planning Committee.

NELDHA Board Positions Available for 2012-2013.

Have your say on the Board of Directors and join for the coming year!  Contribute your ideas to lead NELDHA forward.  Two positions are up for grabs: Clerk/Secretary and Nominating.  Curious?  Also seeking a Chair or Co-Chair for our Design Network programs. Job descriptions and more information is available from Kathi Keith (

Frank Cabot, Founder of the Garden Conservancy

Frank Cabot, founder of the Garden Conservancy died peacefully at home in Quebec on Saturday, November 19. 

Visit the Garden Conservancy website to read the New York Times obituary and other information about his life and many accomplishments.

NELDHA Members and Friends had a Fabulous Time at the Annual Tea

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NELDHA's Annual Tea was held at a new venue this year, Elm Bank at the Massachusetts Horticultural Society in Wellesley, Massachusetts on November 8, 2011.  It was a great success with Members and Friends enjoying each other's company and the splendid delicacies prepared by Gaveston Catering of Dorchester, Massachusetts.  Garden Designer Sally Muspratt regaled our guests with an informative and entertaining description of her many travels with the Garden Conservancy, a nonprofit organization devoted to preserving America’s exceptional gardens for the education and enjoyment of the public. Sally's presentation included United States sites in California, Delaware, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, South Carolina and Texas as well as European sites at Chateau du Champs de Bataille, Le Bois des Moutiers, Chateau de Brecy, Le Jardin Plume, Chateau de Courances, Chateau de Vaux le Vicomte.

Melanie Neuman, owner of Fiori Secchi Gardens, Sudbury, Massachusetts and Board member Jennifer Kimball graced the hall with beautiful seasonal floral displays.

Special thanks to Board member Jon Hogan who chaired the event, Melanie and Jennifer. Thank you also to Board members Heidi Kost Gross, Kathi Keith, Maureen O'Brien, Laurie Pazzano and Janis Porter for all their assistance in making this event such a success. Thank you also to Mass Hort and its staff for its hospitality in making this event such a success. 

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