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Sunday, February 7
Explore the fascinating 80-year history of Mt. Cuba Center as it transitioned from Lammot and Pamela Copeland’s Mt. Cuba estate to a public garden devoted to native plants. Historic photographs of their home and gardens, architectural blueprints of landscape designs, and family correspondence tell the story of creating the lush landscape we see today and shed light on their vision of preserving the northern Delaware Piedmont.
About the Instructor:
Nedda Moqtaderi has spent more than a decade researching the history of the Mt. Cuba Center property. She received her M.A. from the University of Delaware/ Winterthur Program in Early American Culture and has experience in historic preservation, oral history, archaeology, museum education, and archival collections management.