Featured Speaker & Reception

PeOPLE, place, participation: Strategies for healthy community waters

A Creek Week conversation with Andrew fox

Tuesday, March 20, 7 p.m.
James A. Gray Jr. Auditorium, Old Salem Visitors Center, 900 Old Salem Road.

Properly designed and built landscaping can be a most effective tool for managing stormwater, but only when the local community is involved. In this engaging talk, Andrew Fox of N.C. State University will show how combining the unique characteristics of people, place, and community participation can create innovative, responsible, and sustainable stormwater solutions that transform degraded and dysfunctional landscape spaces into celebrated
community places. 

“An engaging and inspirational speaker, able to present complex environmental concepts in an easily understandable manner. He will take you from raindrop to creek to river to sea better than anyone I have yet heard.”

Read more about his presentation at http://www.oldsalem.org/events/event/creek_week_keynote/

Please stay after the lecture for a reception and exhibition by Forsyth Creek Week participating organizations and allied groups. 

Sponsored by the Garden Club Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County . 
Presented by Old Salem Museums & Gardens and
Yadkin Riverkeeper and

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About Andrew Fox

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Andrew Fox, PLA, ASLA is an Associate Professor and University Faculty Scholar in the NC State University Department of Landscape Architecture. He is also a professional landscape architect, co-founding director of the Coastal Dynamics Design Lab (CDDL), and the founding faculty member of the NC State Design+Build Studio. Andrew specializes in the areas of green infrastructure and low-impact development, flood resiliency, high-performing public landscapes, and community design.