Creator of the garden “Je n’ai pas soif!” at the Jardin Botanique de Montréal, and co-author of the book “Les Graminées au jardin et à la maison” published by Éditions de l’Homme, Sandra Barone has a B.A. in landscaping architecture and an M.A, in applied landscaping sciences. For over 20 years, she has been working as a landscaping consultant in the field of plant design for urban projects and she has become renowned for the ecological and aesthetic sensitivity of her prize-winning projects: Square des Frères-Charon in Vieux Montréal and the Onde de graminées at Tomlinson Square on the campus of McGill University. Sought after by several organizations as a speaker and as a writer for various media, she has made numerous presentations at conferences in Canada, the United States and Brazil. She also works as a trainer for the ITA in Saint-Hyacinthe as part of the continuous education provided for professionals for the course entitled “La passion dews graminées” about the use of grasses.