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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 14
Teacher: Britt Zuckerman

Flexible Reschedule Policy: This provider has flexible, free rescheduling for any-in person workshop. Please see the cancellation policy for more details

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This lecture will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions.

Britt Zuckerman is Senior Landscape Architect at Dirtworks-a NY Landscape Architecture practice dedicated to creating spaces that bridge differences in age, ability, and culture through shared experiences and a close connection to nature. She will present recent Dirtworks projects, including their master plan for The Lakeshore Foundation in Birmingham, Alabama an internationally renowned organization serving some 4,000 unique individuals annually through physical activity, sport, recreation, advocacy, policy and research.

Zuckerman earned her Master's degree from Columbia University, and speaks regularly at venues such as AIA's New York Chapter, the NYC Parks Dept, The North Shore Garden Club and on various conference panels.


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students can transfer into an alternate section without penalty, provided that's done at the time of cancellation, and with sufficient notice. Classes in which material is being mailed to student, require a minimum of 2 weeks' notice for changes/cancellations.


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No discounts will be granted for missed classes. There are no refunds or credits 24 hours before a course begins. A refund will be issued if your class is cancelled due to low enrollment. If you wish to withdraw from a course before it begins, you must notify the Registration Office ten full business days before the first class meeting. We will issue a refund minus a $10 processing fee.

• If you must withdraw fewer than ten days before the first class meeting:

• No refunds will be granted for course levels 0–299 and 700–999

• A 75% refund minus a $10 processing fee will be granted for course levels 300–699

Please note: Floral Design materials fees will not be refunded fewer than five (5) business days before class begins.


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