Monthly Archives: February 2017

New MLA Program at the University of Cincinnati

=The College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati is launching its new Landscape Architecture program this year, focusing on graduate study with four options. The MLA I First Professional degree is 80 credits for six consecutive semesters, including one international or domestic co-op experience. This program will seek LAAB […]

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Fired up for February! Marin Park Stewardship’s February 2017 Newsletter

Dear Friend, February is firing up to be an exciting month, as we will be finishing up our planting season!  The Marin Park Stewardship team has been discussing the role of fire in ecosystems and in managing our parks, and we hope this newsletter can shed some light on these topics. Marin Park Stewardship is sending […]

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Ridge Lane Awarded Grant!

RLN Awarded Grant! Groundbreaking on Caine-to-San Miguel this Spring! February 15, 2017 · by Eric M-RidgeLaneAdmin · in Ridge Lane in Focus. · On January 17, 2017, Lanita Hernandez, Director of the San Francisco Community Challenge Grant program, announced the award of a $100,000 grant to Ridge Lane Neighbors.  This CCG award will be combined […]

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Biophilic Design

Dear Reader, Welcome to the latest edition of Green Wall News. This month, we highlight biophilia, the concept undergirding all we do at AgroSci. Conceived by renowned naturalist E. O. Wilson, biophilia is the idea that human beings have an innate need to connect with nature. Research has confirmed Wilson’s hypothesis, showing that people are […]

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Cartooning the Landscape: Art, Nature, and Consciousness

UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley Friday, February 3 6:00 PM- 8:00 PM UC Berkeley professor Chip Sullivan will take us on an optical sweep of the iconic landscapes of history and illustrate their interrelationship with art, nature, and consciousness. Chip will discuss his lifelong commitment to drawing, garden history. and environmental awareness. Through the medium […]

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Lab explores projects to lessen effects of sea level rise on SF Bay

By John King, San Francisco Chronicle January 22, 2017 Updated: January 23, 2017 5:02pm Photo: Paul Chinn, The Chronicle Luna Taylor walks off of Pier 14 during the peak of the high tide along the Embarcadero in San Francisco, Calif. on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015. Projections suggest that sea level rise could make such tides […]

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