Birnbaum Reminder, Oct. 28, Sunrise Theater

A KIND REMINDER! ... 7:00 Wed, October 28th--Sunrise Theater

Founder and President, The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Introduction by Lawrence Earley, author of "Looking for Longleaf: The Fall and Rise of an American Forest"

From the v-shaped cuts etched in longleaf pines by former slaves and their descendants, to the development of James Boyd's Weymouth estate, we have shaped nature in a way that marks us as a community.

Recognized for his ground-breaking achievements in preserving endangered landscapes throughout the United States, Mr. Birbaum will turn his attention to the Sandhills in celebration of the natural and man-made beauty that defines the singular character of the Southern Pines landscape.


This event is presented by The Classical Design Foundation in association with: The North Carolina Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, Preservation North Carolina, The Sandhills Council of Garden Clubs, Sandhills Natural History Society, The Southern Pines Garden Club and Sustainable Sandhills


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