Interdisciplinary professional organization which provides a forum for communication and exchange of information among its members. Dedicated to preservation and conservation of historic landscapes, from formal gardens and public parks to rural expanses.
Committed to increasing the knowledge of public garden professionals throughout North America through information sharing, professional development, networking, public awareness, and research so they have the tools to effectively serve visitors & members
Provides education, research, public relations, and representation services to members. Enables members to operate more effectively and to provide the public with quality plants, landscape design and installations, and related products & services.
Dedicated to sustainable mobility through the adoption of electric drive technologies. Membership includes a diverse representation of vehicle and equipment manufacturers, energy providers, component suppliers, and end users.
Gathers those interested in urban planning history, including planners, historians, librarians, and scholars or practitioners from allied fields. Promotes teaching, research, publications, and public education in American planning history.
Strives to create neighborhoods that are thriving, healthy places to live. Specializes in participatory land use planning that creates a common vision for change and policy advocacy that turns a community's vision into reality.
A community outreach program consisting of about fifteen groups working with individuals who are mentally or physically challenged, in greater Amherst, Northampton, Turners Falls, and South Hadley. The course is offered by the LARP.
This is a group is about creating a community of like minded people. The idea is a result of John Gerber's Sustainable Living Class, and is seeking RSO status. We are making some resources for sustainable living options here in Amherst. Join us!