Abbagail Jewel Taddei
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Welcome, Abbagail Jewel Taddei!

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I am a...
University of Guelph-BLA
Current Employment:
Founder at LandKind
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Landscape Architecture
Urban Agriculture
Urban Design
Graphic Design

Abbagail Jewel Taddei's Blog

Urban Agriculture Series #6: Interview with Ran Goel - Fresh City Farms Founder

As one of the very first urban farms I discovered, Fresh City Farms in Toronto holds a special place in my heart. So it was with great excitement that I was finally able to sit down and interview Ran Goel,…


Posted on November 14, 2013 at 9:30am

Vertical Garden System at the Screen House | San Francisco, CA

Dubbed the 'Screen House' for its a steel armature woven with VIRO polyrods that screen the main street aperture, this award-winning residential project in San Francisco by A+D, was showcased at the …


Posted on August 15, 2013 at 4:00pm

Urban Agriculture Series #5: Interview with Karen Landman - On Landscape Architecture & Urban Agriculture

Karen Landman. Image courtesy of the University of Guelph.

After graduating from the University of Guelph (UOG) in Landscape Architecture, I can tell you first hand that all of the professors there are top notch. However, one in particular has helped me grow in my passion for design and urban…


Posted on August 6, 2013 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment

Urban Agriculture Series #3: 5 Films to Get your Hands Dirty

Everyone loves a good film, right?  Here are five of my personal favs recently made about urban agriculture and the local food movement, as well as, landscape architecture and urban design. They are all inspiring and informative and have one common thread: landscape architects have the power to change the world.  Hope you enjoy the show!…


Posted on July 16, 2013 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment

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At 8:58am on June 28, 2017, Peter Wharton said…

Hi Jewel Nice to meet you

At 1:01pm on June 29, 2013, William Tietje said…

Have you heard of Agriburbia? You might find it interesting.

Great articles, look forward to reading more.

At 1:22pm on May 21, 2013, Andrew Spiering said…

Hey Abbagail!  Look forward to working with you...


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Professional Development 4 Replies

I am looking for a better way to manage my own self-education of our profession. I have amassed a collection of books that I would like to read but I also find that I don’t have much time for that amongst my other responsibilities.  I was thinking…Continue

Tags: Development, Professional, Education

Started by Bentley Ruggles in EDUCATION. Last reply by Bentley Ruggles on Saturday.

LARE Professional Experience 6 Replies

Hi,So I am in the process of taking the LARE here in California. I am currently getting the last bit of my professional experience by working in the public sector under the supervision of a Civil Engineer.How common is this? Has anybody gotten…Continue

Started by Smithhart in PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner on Saturday.

Compost Blankets 2 Replies

This seems like such a simple question but I haven't been able to find an answer on the internets...Can anyone explain what the difference is between a compost blanket and a layer of regular compost? Is there some kind of binding medium mixed in to…Continue

Started by Katherine Jacobs in DETAILS & MATERIALS. Last reply by Jamie Chen on Wednesday.

Pollution caused by Industrial Facilities 1 Reply

How landscape architecture can help to mitigate the pollution caused by industrial facilities?, like carbon from the coal industries.

Started by Ian C. Santiago in GENERAL DISCUSSION. Last reply by Jamie Chen Oct 17.

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