Mr. McGann is an Associate Professor of Landscape Contracting at the Pennsylvania State University where he teaches landscape design and construction courses. He is also a licensed Landscape Architect and currently practices in central Pennsylvania. Prior to teaching at Penn State, Mr. McGann worked for twenty-plus years in various aspects of landscape architecture. This includes time at the New York Botanical Garden and at Sleepy Hollow Restorations in New York's lower Hudson Valley where he worked in historic landscape restoration and research. Besides teaching, Mr. McGann is presently working on the installation of a medieval garden and plant collection at Penn State using plant materials and designs from that period.

He can be contacted in any of the following ways:

Phone: 814-863-7595

Martin McGann
The Pennsylvania State University
Department of Plant Science
305 Tyson Building
University Park, PA 16802-4203

Comments and questions are always welcome.

Fall farming during Medieval times
Early fall harvesting during Medieval times