"The best experience that I can recommend is to become a field restoration technician for a few seasons. You will learn more in those months about plant communities, ecology, and ecological processes than you will ever learn in a class room. Ask…"
"I have found that it is best to be part of the design process early on, integrating bmp and lid strategies into the program. Working with the engineers can often open up more opportunities and gain momentum to make green strategies more tangible to…"
Discussion of ecological remediation strategies such as phytoremediation, land farming, and bioremediation as a spatial experience, cultural phenomena, and artistic opportunity in a post-industrial city.
A group for discussion of the trend of Green Streets, particularly those using the public ROW, incorporating green infrastructure landscape techniques for managing stormwater and increase green spaces in our communities.
Hello, I am a student with the Young Scholars Program at the University of Maryland. For a class assignment we are to interview a US landscape architect. I would very much appreciate if you wouldn't mind answering a few questions.
1 Why did you decide to study landscape architecture?
2 When given a project, from which cultures do you draw inspiration?
3 Which project that you have done so far, are you most proud of and why?
Thanks again if you do receive this message, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Land8!I am a B.Arch grad with a couple years full time experience in an arch firm now set on pursuing a Landscape Architecture career instead of Architecture. I will be applying to MLA I AP programs this winter for Fall 2014 enrollment and would…See More