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

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I am a...
Professional
University
Cornell University
Current Employment:
National Program Manager, Urban & Community Forestry, U.S. Forest Service
Website:
http://www.fs.fed.us
LinkedIn
http://www.linkedin.com/in/laurenelmarshall
Twitter
http://https://twitter.com/lu_lu_Laurie
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Dan Kiley, Jens Jensen, Arthur Carhart, Gertrude Jekyll, Andy Goldsworthy

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Landscape Sustainability and Tall Wood Building

 Advanced Water Purification Facility Science and Administration Center, Photo Credit: Michael E. CabezasSo 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 using innovative engineered wood products to build structures traditionally dominated by steel and concrete,…See More
Dec 16, 2014
Lauren E. L. Marshall posted a blog post

Landscape Sustainability and Tall Wood Building

 Advanced Water Purification Facility Science and Administration Center, Photo Credit: Michael E. CabezasSo 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 using innovative engineered wood products to build structures traditionally dominated by steel and concrete,…See More
Dec 16, 2014
Lauren E. L. Marshall replied to Kristen Barre's discussion 'Which has a better employment outlook?'
"First, I design mostly recreation facilities, and often I am modifying or improving existing sites.  For example, I designed a new low impact campground that allowed us to close the existing camp sites and restore the flood plain they were…"
Dec 3, 2014
Lauren E. L. Marshall replied to Kristen Barre's discussion 'Which has a better employment outlook?'
"Hi Trace, I am with the U.S. Forest Service, so my design work is generally on National Forest System lands.  I am often on teams ensuring that our work (whether design work or restoration work within an ecosystem) aligns with NEPA while…"
Dec 2, 2014
Lauren E. L. Marshall replied to Kristen Barre's discussion 'Which has a better employment outlook?'
"Well stated, Andrew! As a someone in public practice, I can tell you that my experience this far has been quite different than what Trace describes above."
Dec 2, 2014
Lauren E. L. Marshall replied to Gareth Callear's discussion 'Looking for a mentor'
"Hi Gareth, So sorry about your back! I got hit by a car on my bike a few years ago- that is a terrifying experience to say the least. Was it bike versus car in this case? I have been lucky to walk away relatively unscathed from both of my…"
Nov 25, 2014
Lauren E. L. Marshall replied to Kristen Barre's discussion 'Which has a better employment outlook?'
"I would encourage you to pursue the track that leaves you with the most flexibility in the end. Given your interests, I think urban planning or landscape architecture both sound like good options for you, but I think the landscape architecture…"
Nov 25, 2014
Lauren E. L. Marshall replied to nca's discussion 'CLARB LARE Scoring'
"Hi Peter- what prep course did you take?  I studied for my last section on my own, and it was painful.  I am in the "still waiting on results' boat on that one and am feeling the 4-6 week pain..."
Sep 24, 2013
caroline and Lauren E. L. Marshall are now friends
Jul 24, 2013

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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

 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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