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Upcoming Planning Conferences with RDG

Sunday, November 12th, 2023

Rooted in Place: An Ecological Planning Symposium

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Jono Neiger, Head of Regenerative Agriculture at RDG, is one of the keynote speakers at this day-long symposium. Jono will speak about the potential of agroforestry and other regenerative ag practices to combat habitat loss, soil degradation, and farm insecurity. Evan Abramson, Founder and Principal of Landscape Interactions, will discuss the need for landscapes to support a broader range of wild pollinators. The day will also include a speaker panel and discussion, a tree tour, and an ecological design charette.

Learn more about Rooted in Place at this LINK.


Wednesday, October 25th, 2023

OS Geo in a Small Planning and Landscape Design Office

foss4g north america conference | baltimore, md

Sebastian “Bas” Gutwein will review some of RDG’s key workflows including creating basemaps, survey import, drone imagery, grading and cut fill calculations, and final rendered plans and plan sets. Through the explanation of these workflows the presentation will explore what works well, integration and interoperation with other software, what is missing, potential workarounds, and hopes for the future.

Learn more about FOSS4G North America Conference at this LINK.

Also, here is a LINK to some resources we will share at the conference.


Thursday, October 5th, 2023

Soil Health + Resilience Planning

southern new england planning conference | new haven, ct

Keith Zaltzberg-Drezdahl and Sebastian “Bas” Gutwein, will illustrate how typical development patterns combined with conventional landscaping and agricultural practices degrade soil health by increasing compaction, reducing carbon stocks, and decreasing plant biomass and diversity – resulting in greater climate vulnerability.

Learn more about the Southern New England Planning Conference at this LINK.

Also, here is a LINK to some resources we will share at the conference.



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