Fantastic Sustainability Lecture

Catherine Tumber, author of Small, Green and Gritty, is going to be speaking in Geneva as part of the HWS Sustainable Community Lecture Series.  Yay!  Patrick Cullina, former Chief Horticulturalist for the amazing High Line park in New York City and Professor Josh Cerra from the Department of Landscape Architecture at Cornell will also be speaking.  Double yay! 

The whole thing is going down on April 2 at 7 p.m. at the Cracker Factory (I keep meaning to write a post about the Cracker Factory.  For now, check out this blog post from The Scout).


Yay! City lecture series!


Yay!  HWS has launched a sustainable communities lecture series.  The first event is a discussion about the built environment (with a group of Rochesterians — where are the Geneva peeps?!).  Anyway, here are the details:

A Panel Discussion About Our Built Environment

  • Dennis Andrejko – Director of the Master in Architecture Program, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
  • Dirk Schneider – Partner, Chaintreuil | Jensen | Stark Architects LLP
  • Christopher Resig – Vice-President, N.K. Bhandari, Architecture & Engineering, P.C.
  • Moderated by: Jeffrey Blankenship, Hobart & William Smith Colleges Department of Architectural Studies

Monday, January 30th 7:00-9:00 pm
@ The Cracker Factory
2nd Floor, 35 Lehigh Street (Off Avenue E)
Geneva, NY