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IPPS Annual Meeting 2019 speaker profile: Monday, October 14th - Patrick Cullina

IPPS Annual Meeting 2019 speaker profile: Monday, October 14th - Patrick Cullina

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Patrick Cullina
Principal, Patrick Cullina Horticultural Design + Consulting

PROGRAM DETAILS: Opportunity to Grow: Potential Roles for the Nursery Industry in Transformational Landscape Project Partnerships.

The successes of leading public landscape projects like New York’s High Line park that feature extensive, diverse plantings have encouraged municipal and commercial clients alike to commit to similar inspirational designs…and then reality sets in as the sourcing process begins, or as the contract growing relationship breaks down. As a professional with a substantial presence in the design community but with longtime connections to the nursery industry, Patrick will review these challenges, describe a range of opportunities for collaboration, and engage participants with regards to their recommendations for mutually beneficial partnerships.

BIO: Patrick Cullina is an award-winning horticulturist, landscape designer, photographer, lecturer and consultant with twenty-five years of experience in the landscape and green infrastructure fields. He has served as founding V.P. of Horticulture & Park Operations for NYC’s High Line, as Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s V.P. of Horticulture, Operations & Science Research and as Associate Director of the Rutgers University Gardens in affiliation with the school’s department of landscape architecture. His current practice is dedicated to the design, development, establishment and maintenance of transformational landscapes in collaboration with some of the world’s leading architects, landscape architects, engineers, planners and growers.