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NORTH AMERICAN JAPANESE GARDENS ASSOCIATION


Mission Accomplished in Lethbridge

Mission Accomplished in Lethbridge

By Leona Jacobs On 2016 September 16-17, the North American Japanese Garden Association held its regional conference in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. It was a small and intimate conference that discussed Japanese gardens using the local Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden as an...

North American Japanese Garden Association To Host Philadelphia & New York Heritage Tour & Workshop

North American Japanese Garden Association To Host Philadelphia & New York Heritage Tour & Workshop

On October 7 and 8, the North American Japanese Garden Association is teaming up with the Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia to explore the adaptation and preservation of Modernist and traditional Japanese design in several garden settings found in New York and Philadelphia.

North American Japanese Garden Association

North American Japanese Garden Association

The North American Japanese Garden Association (NAJGA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2011 by leading Japanese gardens in the US and Canada. Our members are based in different parts of North America and overseas, and include garden institutions,...

Florida Conference Explores Japanese Gardens As Places of Health, Wellness and Social Change

Florida Conference Explores Japanese Gardens As Places of Health, Wellness and Social Change

The North American Japanese Garden Association and the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens To Host Experts from Six Countries The North American Japanese Garden Association (NAJGA) is bringing together international garden specialists from Japan, Canada, the United...

Cultural Crossing By Way Of Portland

Cultural Crossing By Way Of Portland

Portland Japanese Garden CEO and past NAJGA Board President Steve Bloom fills us in on some notable facts  about the garden's Cultural Crossing expansion project. NAJGA: When and what was the turning point when the garden management first became serious about pursuing...