Media Alert: Terre à Terre Green Series Kicks Off with Do’s and Don’ts of Garden and Landscape Design

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Committed to sustainability, Terre à Terre, Carlstadt’s vibrant farm-to-table eatery and artisan market, is kicking off its Green Series with a “garden dilemmas” event featuring one of the area’s top landscape designers. Co-sponsored with the Carlstadt Green Team, the event will feature local columnist and speaker Mary Stone.

Terre à Terre kicks off its summertime Green Series as part of its commitment to sustainability and “being green” with The Do’s and Don’ts of Garden and Landscape Design. Join one of the area's top landscape designers for this light and humorous review of "what not to do" and "what to do" to create a beautiful outdoor design while being kind to Mother Earth. Guests can bring their own garden dilemmas to share and troubleshoot. Presentation and small plates featuring herbs, ornamentals, and small crops grown in the restaurant's garden.

Mary Stone of Stone Associates Landscape Design is an accomplished speaker, columnist, and blogger. Her weekly column published in THE PRESS, ‘Garden Dilemmas? Ask Mary,’ began in 2012, and her blog is an interactive forum that allows visitors to ask their most challenging garden questions and for Mary to share encouragement in garden and personal delights and discoveries.

The event is co-sponsored by the Carlstadt Green Team, a community of volunteers registered with Sustainable Jersey Green Teams provide the leadership to develop plans, implement programs, and assist with educational opportunities that support the creation of a sustainable community.

The program will be held on Tuesday, August 12 at 6:30 p.m.

Terre à Terre, 312 Hackensack St., Carlstadt, NJ, 201.507.0500

Price for the program and tasting is $24 per person. To register:

About Terre à Terre:

A New York Times rated restaurant, Terre à Terre is translated as down to earth. Chef Villani brings many years of restaurant experience working for some of Manhattan’s top restaurants, including Marcus Samuelsson’s renowned Aquavit restaurant and at his subsidiary interest, World Yacht, combining simple fresh foods with a creative blend of exotic flavors and ingredients – his signature approach to preparing foods with an international flair.

With nearly 50 seats, a private dining area and outdoor garden, the Chef’s Table, which offers a multi-course gourmand tasting menu, Terre à Terre provides dining from Wednesday through Saturday 5:30 – 10:00, and on Sunday for brunch 11:00 – 2:30 p.m. In addition to private parties, the restaurant also does off-premises catering.

Terre à Terre is located at 312 Hackensack Street. For more information, or to learn more about the farmers and artisans supplying Terre à Terre, visit
The restaurant takes reservations online for up to 5 people at and by phone at 201.507.0500.

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