|Dear NAJGA Community,
This year’s conference was going to focus on adaptability and resilience. These themes couldn’t be more appropriate during our uncertain times. In the challenges of the current situation, each of us as well as our affiliated organizations have adapted to discover the resilience needed to sustain our missions.
Given the circumstances, our Planning Committee has made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s conference. The conference will be rescheduled to take place in the fall of 2021.
In lieu of this October’s conference, and to put adaptability and resilience into action, we would like to organize a series of live and recorded webinars (lectures, demonstrations, etc.) on various topics. We plan to begin these webinars in the summer of this year.
Our first webinars will focus on Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens’ Stroll for Well-Being program on June 17th and June 24th. We will send a call for additional proposals within the next month, but if you have any ideas please don’t hesitate to share them with us.
We wish you health and happiness in the coming months.
*The photo above is of the Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego.
Article re-posted from North American Japanese Garden Association news. For further information, see the NAJGA web site NAJGA