by Val Khislavsky Join us in celebrating the opening of Hidden Hollow, slated to be one of the first certified Nature Explore Classrooms in New England, at Heritage Museums and Gardens in Sandwich, MA. Earlier this week, the JMMDS Team arrived onsite to celebrate the garden’s completion and watch its first visitors explore. Watch as […]
by Julie Moir Messervy Our trip out west concludes with a visit to Paonia, CO, a place of natural beauty and bounty, progressive thinking, and artistic creativity. The bubbling Fountain Paint Pot at Yellowstone. Video: Julie Messervy. Check out more JMMDS vimeos here!
Join us for the second annual Landscape Design Workshop with author and designer Julie Moir Messervy! Saturday, August 22, 2009 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM Saxtons River, VT Register and Learn More Preview Video Here’s what last year’s participants had to say: “I was so inspired and energized by the workshop!” “Warm and welcoming; wealth […]
(photo: James Neel) The hotel name, Des Milles Collines, reflects the French name for Rwanda, [Land] of a Thousand Hills) by Julie Moir Messervy This past February, I traveled to Rwanda at the invitation of Reverend Lyndon Harris, the Executive Director of a group called Gardens of Forgiveness. We were there to attend a conference […]
For almost thirty years now, I’ve been working on a theory that relates how we feel to the forms we create on the land. It all started when I wrote my thesis on Contemplative Places in Cities for my masters degrees in architecture and city planning at MIT. Ten years later, I wrote my first […]