Michael Veracka is a frequent lecturer and writer on a wide variety of horticultural and landscape topics including: “Designing Gardens for Small Spaces;” “Working with Bamboo: the Good, the Bad, and New Opportunities;” "Designing Residential Gardens with Permaculture in Mind;” "Rain Gardens: Collecting and Conserving Water in the Landscape;” “Modern Garden Design: Reinterpreting Cultural Meaning within the Information Age;” “The Art of Place: What is Style in Landscape Design?” “Designing Landscapes with Natives in Mind;” “Sustainable Plant Selection: A Primer on Sustainable Design Principles;” “Landscaping with Herbs;” “Growing Your Own Food: A Primer for Success”
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Michael has won numerous design awards and his work has been featured in Garden Design magazine; Organic Gardening magazine; People, Places and Plants magazine; Rhode Island Monthly magazine; the Boston Globe magazine; the Boston Herald, and numerous other publications. His design of the Farmingdale State College Sustainable Garden is prominently featured in the book Grow More With Less: Sustainable Garden Methods, by Vincent Simeone.
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