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Using “Little Bets” to Create Change: A Pilot Project to Benefit the Future of Austin, Texas

The idea of “little bets” has manifested in my work in the form of reframing my approach to design with a focus on better horticultural practice. One of my core motivations for pursuing a career in landscape architecture was my deep interest in plant materials. This has been stirred by recent exploration of books such as Jim Urban’s Up by Roots and Gary Smith’s From Art…See More
Mar 10
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Using “Little Bets” to Create Change: A Pilot Project to Benefit the Future of Austin, Texas

The idea of “little bets” has manifested in my work in the form of reframing my approach to design with a focus on better horticultural practice. One of my core motivations for pursuing a career in landscape architecture was my deep interest in plant materials. This has been stirred by recent exploration of books such as Jim Urban’s Up by Roots and Gary Smith’s From Art…See More
Mar 10

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Using “Little Bets” to Create Change: A Pilot Project to Benefit the Future of Austin, Texas

The idea of “little bets” has manifested in my work in the form of reframing my approach to design with a focus on better horticultural practice. One of my core motivations for pursuing a career in landscape architecture was my deep interest in plant materials. This has been…

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