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

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Cornell University
Current Employment:
National Program Manager, Urban & Community Forestry, U.S. Forest Service
Favorite Designers
Dan Kiley, Jens Jensen, Arthur Carhart, Gertrude Jekyll, Andy Goldsworthy

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Oct 25, 2012
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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!

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Landscape Sustainability and Tall Wood Building

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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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