The Landscape Institute offers courses, workshops, and special programs in landscape design, stewardship, history, horticulture, sustainability, and preservation.
Our mission is to provide a broad understanding of the natural and cultural influences that shape the designed and built environment, to prepare students for leadership in landscape design, stewardship, and preservation action.
Our comprehensive offerings are for the design novice as well as seasoned professionals. Courses are open enrollment; some are onsite, online, or a combination of the two. Our flexible educational approach, allow students to:
- Explore a special interest
- Enable a career transition
- Build a portfolio or enhance current practice
- Contribute to their communities
Our mission is to provide a broader understanding of the natural and cultural influences that shape the designed and built environment, and foster a more enlightened involvement. We prepare students to succeed in a multidisciplinary field that bridges art, business and physical environment.
Areas of Study
The program integrates design, history, and horticulture studies through:
- Studio-oriented approaches that integrate artistic, theoretical, and practical skills
- Small class sizes
- Seminar-style & participatory learning
- Flexible course sequencing and enrollment options ...more
The Landscape Institute is pleased to present an online Cultural Landscape Studio course this summer, June 2 - July 25, with a two week intensive in Malta, June 14 - 24. In conjunction with the Historic Preservation Design Studies Program, students will have the opportunity to research and contribute to a Cultural Landscape Report being developed for the Villa Bologna, an 18th century Baroque Villa with formal gardens. Learn more! Limited space is still available.
Certificates & Degrees
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Check out LI Student Pamela Hartford's article on 10 Landscape Design Projects That Turn Damaged and Neglected Spaces Into Healthy, Beautiful Environments!