Lauren E. L. Marshall
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  • Washington, DC
  • United States

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Cornell University
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National Program Manager, Urban & Community Forestry, U.S. Forest Service
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http://www.fs.fed.us
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http://www.linkedin.com/in/laurenelmarshall
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LARE Multiple Choice Discussion

This group is specifically set up as a discussion forum for the Multiple Choice Sections (A, B, and D) of the LARE. This is intended to be a resource for people to exchange information, study tips and exchange knowledge and ideas.See More
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At 9:03pm on October 25, 2012, Chris Nordstrom said…

Well, I figured it was either that one, or another picture of Rufus. Somehow this seemed more appropriate!

Lauren E. L. Marshall's Blog

Landscape Sustainability and Tall Wood Building

 Advanced Water Purification Facility Science and Administration Center, Photo Credit: Michael E. Cabezas

So this topic is a bit of a diversion from the normal way we as landscape architects look at the link between landscape sustainability and design, but I thought many of you would find it interesting none the less.  Right now in the architecture world, there is a movement to explore…

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Has anyone done work on the side while working a full-time job? What types of jobs do you get? How do you balance the time?- BennettContinue

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I've put up a couple of discussions in the past regarding tools and methods for site measuring to supplement a survey or for a small project. Back in November I saw the video below and decided to buy the Disto S910 because of its ability to export a…Continue

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How long is a LARE exam result valid? 2 Replies

I passed a section of the LARE in 2015 but haven't had time to take another section since.  I can't find anywhere on the CLARB website, or anywhere else, how long the exam result is valid - anyone have any idea?  I don't want to wait too long to…Continue

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