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Mon., Sept. 18, 2023 at 7:30 pm - Scott Beuerlein, "Making Landscapes that Matter"

6/12/2023 10:52 am

Monday, September 18, 2023 at The Dunwoody Center at 7:30 pm & via Zoom


Social time begins 6:30 pm -- Speaker starts at 7:30 pm


Scott Beuerlein: "Making Landscapes that Matter." This unique talk "winds and wallows in and around all kinds of things, including art, evolution, genetics, history, food, wine, and more before tying all of it together with ideas that will help us create meaningful landscapes that appeal to our human nature and support our health and well-being."  


About Scott Beuerlein


Scott Beuerlein, the Employee

Scott is the Manager of Botanical Garden Outreach at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. He is heavily involved in running the Zoo’s Botanical Garden educational programs, various plant trialing programs. The Cincinnati Zoo recently attained the lofty and rare top status of a Level IV Arboretum - one of 41 in the world and the sole zoo among them. More Info: Level IV Accredited

Scott Beuerlein, The Freelance Garden Writer/Speaker

Scott has published hundreds of articles and columns in several publications. Currently, he is a Partner in the Garden Rant blogsite ( and posts regularly. Scott also authors the Deep Roots and Garden Views columns for Horticulture Magazine. He is also a frequent garden speaker.   


Scott Beuerlein, The Student!

He graduated with a BA in Communications from Xavier University. He is an ISA Certified Arborist and an ONLA Landscape Technician.

Scott Beuerlein, The Honored Award Recipient! 


2022: a silver medal for his Garden Rant blogs from the International Association of Garden Communicators. 


2020: a silver medal from the Intl. Assoc. of Garden Communicators and the Garden Clubs of America Club Horticulture Commendation 


2019: two gold medals by the International Association of Garden Communicators


2018: the citation Award from the Garden Clubs of Ohio and the Johnny Appleseed Award from Taking Root


2015: he was named a "One to Watch" by Cincinnati Magazine


2012: his garden received the Garden Recognition Award from the Cincinnati Horticultural Society in 2012.