THE WOODS ARE LOVELY, DARK AND DEEP: Landscape architect Sieglinde Anderson has created an extensive woodland garden at her Fairview property. She and photographer Ruthie Rosauer will invite attendees at a March 20 talk in Hendersonville to consider the possibilities and beauty of trees and the shaded areas they create. Photo courtesy of Sieglinde Anderson

Talk to celebrate options for gardening beneath the tree canopy

On March 20, landscape architect Sieglinde Anderson and photographer Ruthie Rosauer will share advice for gardening beneath and appreciating this region’s diverse and abundant tree canopy. Sponsored by the Hendersonville Tree Board, the talk will take place at 6 p.m. at the Henderson County Library Auditorium in downtown Hendersonville.

LOCAL LINEUP: Some of the locally based presenters for ClimateCon, scheduled for March 16-25, gathered in The Collider for a pre-conference photo. Pictured, front row from left, are Megan Robinson, The Collider’s executive director; Dayna Reggero and Carl Schreck. Back row from left, are Michael Shore, Aaron Mackey, Tom Barr, Isaac Pino, Drew Jones and Anne Waple. Photo by Kathi Petersen

Conference to showcase Asheville as a global climate hub

ClimateCon, North Carolina’s first conference dedicated to the business of climate, runs March 16-25. The event is organized by The Collider, which plans a host of presentations, panels and business forums. Also on the schedule are interactive community events to share the best of what the Asheville area has to offer with conference attendees and to bring conference insights to community members.