Want to make a living as an edible landscaper?

 Join us for The Foodscaper Summit

Create your dream job of designing, building and maintaining ecological edible landscapes for clients, for a living.

Register before December 1st to get $50 off your all-access pass!

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PRESENTING PARTNERS

Wednesday, January 18th

7:00am CT

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Welcome

8:30am CT

Business Skills for Foodscapers

Jeremy Lekich
Nashville Foodscapes

Perennial All Stars for the Resilient Foodscape

Nate Kleinman
Experimental Farm Network

10:00am CT
LIVE PANEL

Early Stage Foodscapers

Ashley Joyce, Bend Urban Gardens  
Sophia Hasan, Culinary Gardens 
Taylor Logsdon, Loggy, Loggy's LLC

12:00pm CT

Perennial Foodscape Case Studies

Matt Lebon
Custom Foodscaping

Session TBA

2:00pm CT
LIVE PANEL

How to Work with Subcontractors

Katie Carey, Columbus Foodscapes
Melissa Wilsford, Rustic Hills Garden Co.

4:00pm CT

How to Sell Garden Consulting (Without Being Salesy)

Nicole Burke
Gardenary

Edible Eco-system Landscaping: Design Theory and Project Examples

Zach Loeks
Edible Ecosystem Design

5:30pm CT

Foodscaping with Self-Watering Gardens

Wesley Hooper
LifeSpace Gardens

Unusual Edible Plants for Sustainable Landscape Design

Laura Sweany
Raintree Nursery

Thursday, January 19th

7:00am CT

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Welcome

8:30am CT

Growing in Guilds: Success Stories in Business Development

Joshua Clae Wagler
Edible Landscapes Design

High Yield Vegetable Gardening

Christiana Paoletti
The Backyard Farm Company

10:00am CT
LIVE PANEL

Scaling Your Foodscaping Business

Amber Fuqua, Nashville Foodscapes
Dave Scandurra, Cape Cod Edible Landscapes
Josh Rosenstein, Edible Eden Baltimore Foodscapes

12:00pm CT

Foodscaper Financial Strategy 101

Chia-Ming Ro
Coastal Homestead

Profitable Drainage Solutions for Your Foodscape

Mike McCord
Community Foodscapes

2:00pm CT
LIVE PANEL

Business Skills for Foodscapers

Jeremy Lekich, Nashville Foodscapes
Brandy Hall, Shades of Green Permaculture 
Matt Lebon, Custom Foodscaping 

4:00pm CT

Converting Your Lawn into an Abundant Ecosystem

Nate Fournier
HomeHarvest

Providing Vegetable Garden Maintenance and Education Services

Ian Wilson
Portland Edible Gardens

5:30pm CT

Case Studies in Permaculture

Brandy Hall
Shades of Green Permaculture

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WHO THIS IS FOR

Are you...?

  •  A foodscaping professional or business owner looking to grow their operations 
  • A new or aspiring foodscaper who is just taking on their first clients
  • A professional landscaper who wants to learn more ecological practices and expand their plant palette
  • A Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Graduate ready to take the next step in your career as a designer and installer
  • A horticulture student looking to learn more about foodscaping as a career option
  • A homesteader or serious hobbyist who wants to monetize their skillsets
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