Start the day at Brasswood Estates Winery, which is nestled in the heart of Napa Valley in St. Helena, California. The project transformed a small-scale defunct outlet mall and underutilized land into a vibrant destination for immersive culinary and winemaking experiences, as well as a premier venue for community events. Then move to Lee Garden, which occupies 30 acres on an intermediary ridge of the Diamond Mountains, high above Napa Valley. From the very beginning, Blasen Landscape Architecture’s approach to this Napa Valley hilltop property was motivated by one overarching desire: Exert as light a touch on the land as possible. The goal was to create the least amount of disturbance possible around the construction of each structure, to blend the existing grades around the architecture, and to replant the disturbed areas with indigenous and native plants. These Garden Dialogues will be led by Eric Blasen and Silvina Blasen of Blasen Landscape Architecture. All events will be subject to local guidelines on gatherings, including social distancing, wearing face coverings, and stay-at-home orders. Attendance is limited to 25 people, not only to maximize the safety of those attending but to promote an intimate learning experience. If this event needs to be postponed to comply with local ordinances, registrants will be notified directly.