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Garden Conservancy

Garden Conservancy

PO Box 219
Cold Spring, NY 10516
Ph: (845)265-2029
Fax: (845)265-9620
E-mail: [email protected]

Marco Polo Stufano Garden Conservancy Fellowships (Professional Development/Fellowship)

Purpose: To acquire the skills necessary to manage an exceptional garden and develop it for public education and enjoyment. Focus: Horticulture. Qualif.: Applicants should possess strong horticultural skills and aesthetic judgment, and a sensitivity to the vision and motives behind the creation of exceptional gardens as well as to the needs of new audiences; must have elevated the level of maintenance and horticultural distinction of these exceptional gardens and each of them has completed a special project such as a management plan, garden documentation or plant inventory. Criteria: Applicant will be selected based on their skill and educational background.

Funds Avail.: No specific amount. To Apply: For more information about the fellowship, applicants are advised to call the Preservation Projects office at 845265-9396.

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