Barbara A. Yaeger, PLA, ASLA, CANP
Barbara A. Yaeger is a lover of plants and the people who grow, plant and play with them. From planting pansies with her Mom when she was 7 years old to planning rooftop oasis now, she continues to seek out ways to share her love of the Kingdom Plantae. In her quest she has obtained a BS in Environmental Horticulture and a BS in Landscape Architecture from UCONN and earned an MBA at the University of South Florida. Her professional career in horticulture and landscape architecture continues to be an adventure.
Barbara is always involved in volunteer work and has been associated with an array of organizations related to horticulture and landscape architecture most recently: Experiment Station Associates (ESA), The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (CTASLA), and The National Association for Olmsted Parks.
She is a Licensed Landscape Architect in the State of Connecticut, and a Connecticut Accredited Nursery Professional.
Debra K. De Vries-Dalton, LEED AP, ASLA
Debra is a LEED Accredited Professional, reflecting her long-held advocacy in conserving the environment that began as a child growing up adjacent to undeveloped woodlands.
Debra holds a an MBA in Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies and Bachelor of Science degrees in Landscape Architecture and Biology from the University of Connecticut. She is active in the landscape architect profession and served as President of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Debra’s work experience included providing environmentally sound site planning and design for a broad range of municipal, educational, recreational, commercial, community outreach and residential projects.