Seth Johnson Bockholt
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  • Orem, UT
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Bockholt Landscape Architecture Website up and running
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Check it out at: http://www.bockholtlandscapearchitecture.com and let me know what you think and if you have any suggestionsContinue

Tags: website, new

Started this discussion. Last reply by Seth Johnson Bockholt Dec 7, 2012.

Rainwater Harvesting in Utah
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I researched a bill (SB 128) that was discussed in the Utah Senate that would legalize rainwater harvesting in Utah. It passed the Senate but was not passed in the House. The bill limited the amount…Continue

Tags: sustainable, landsdcapes, design, Sustainable, Harvesting

Started this discussion. Last reply by Les Ballard Nov 9, 2012.

 

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Seth is the founder of Bockholt Inc, specializing in sustainable site and landscape design across the intermountain west. His work has been featured in Park City Magazine, Mountain Living Magazine, and Western Home Journal.

Seth is considered a trusted expert to many Architects and developers throughout the West. By providing his clients with innovative landscape design and site planning solutions heavily based on facts from site specific research and analysis; Seth and his team build real world value into every project for their clients, and stakeholders.

Seth is also one of the few landscape architects with a Green Roof Professional Certification. Seth, having been a landscape contractor for over a decade prior to becoming a landscape architect has substantial time with boots on the ground and in the field lending him real world site and landscape construction experience which strengthens Bocholt’s design solutions. A well-traveled veteran he has fostered an earned respect for people’s various ways of life and their profound connection with the land they call home. This background guides his approach of deep analysis to truly discover the project, the people and the problem. He is renowned for his vision and drive to transcend challenges and leverage the potential of projects in various ways. In his free time, he can be found in the back country with his three children hiking and fly fishing.
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Utah State University
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Bockholt Landscape Architecture
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http://www.bockholtinc.com
Personal Website:
http://www.bockholtlandscapearchitecture.com
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http://www.facebook.com/BockholtLandscapeArchitecture
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http://www.linkedin.com/pub/seth-bockholt/25/6b2/394
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Professional Development 4 Replies

I am looking for a better way to manage my own self-education of our profession. I have amassed a collection of books that I would like to read but I also find that I don’t have much time for that amongst my other responsibilities.  I was thinking…Continue

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Started by Bentley Ruggles in EDUCATION. Last reply by Bentley Ruggles on Saturday.

LARE Professional Experience 6 Replies

Hi,So I am in the process of taking the LARE here in California. I am currently getting the last bit of my professional experience by working in the public sector under the supervision of a Civil Engineer.How common is this? Has anybody gotten…Continue

Started by Smithhart in PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. Last reply by J. Robert Wainner on Saturday.

Compost Blankets 2 Replies

This seems like such a simple question but I haven't been able to find an answer on the internets...Can anyone explain what the difference is between a compost blanket and a layer of regular compost? Is there some kind of binding medium mixed in to…Continue

Started by Katherine Jacobs in DETAILS & MATERIALS. Last reply by Jamie Chen on Wednesday.

Pollution caused by Industrial Facilities 1 Reply

How landscape architecture can help to mitigate the pollution caused by industrial facilities?, like carbon from the coal industries.

Started by Ian C. Santiago in GENERAL DISCUSSION. Last reply by Jamie Chen Oct 17.

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