Karen Grajales

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Friendly and helpful PR lady for the American Society of Landscape Architects. 1X black belt in taekwondo.

Leigh Jerrard

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Greywater Corps, Inc http://www.greywatercorps.com Greywater Corps specializes in greywater education, design, and installation of systems that recapture lightly-used water from bathtubs, showers and laundry to use for landscape irrigation. Years of experience and hundreds of greywater systems installed have informed … Continued

Matt Sickle

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Matt Sickle MONUMENT BLOG http://www.monumentblog.com/ https://www.instagram.com/monumentblog/ Matt Sickle is a landscape designer who blogs about commemorative culture and design. MonumentBlog is Matt’s platform to ask questions, suggest answers and think out loud about current problems in the design of commemorative … Continued

Erualdo R. González

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Erualdo R. González Associate Professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies 2006, Ph.D., University of California, Irvine 2004, M.A., University of California, Irvine 1997, B.A., Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles Dr. Erualdo R. González’s research and teaching interests are critical and Latino … Continued

Robert Perry

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Trees and Shrubs for Dry California Landscapes. A guide to plants for water conservation. This was one of the first books for California designers providing water conservation guidelines and a comprehensive color illustrated plant compendium of species suited to Mediterranean … Continued

Alma and Friends

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Released: Feb 09, 2017 In this episode, we speak with an anonymous landscape architect who is currently working with other landscape architects, using map making to make a difference.  They are currently working on mapping the Dakota pipeline to illustrate effects of … Continued

Vectorworks with Eric Gilbey

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Released: Jan 31, 2017 Eric Gilbey, RLA ASLA is the Landscape Architecture Industry Specialist for Vectorworks, Inc.  At Vectorworks, he utilizes his professional experience and CAD skills to assist in the development, marketing and sales of Vectorworks Landmark.  Eric received an … Continued

Urban Agriculture with Daniel McCollister

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Released: Jan 26, 2017 In this episode, we talk to Daniel McCollister about the crossover between technology and the landscape.  Daniel is the gardener and entrepreneur behind CropSwap.  Dan noticed that he had an overabundance of certain items growing in his … Continued

Sketching Process with Michael Batts

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Released: Jan 13, 2017 In this episode, Michael Batts talks about the sketching process using the Duke Open Space and Learning Center project as an example. Michael is currently the Associate VP, Manager of Landscape Architecture at Stewart. As Manager of … Continued

Tea Compost with Mark LeGrand

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Released: Apr 23, 2016 Landscape Architects can use billions of beneficial microorganisms to ensure the thriving environment for plants during the crucial establishment period.  Mark LeGrand talks about how to help gardens grow.

Farmscape with Matthew Geldin

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Released: Apr 16, 2016 Farmscape is the largest urban farming venture in California. Our mission is to connect city dwellers with fresh, organic produce through a network of urban farms, while creating living wage jobs for the new generation of farmers. To … Continued

Australia NSW Permaculture

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Released: Mar 28, 2016 This episode is a video of a visit that Michael Todoran made of a permaculture home in Terania Creek, NSW Australia.

L.A.R.E. Prep Course with Ray Freeman

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Released: Mar 22, 2016 Landscape Architect Ray Freeman talks about his LARE prep course.  Ray is currently the Instructor/Coordinator at Freeman & Jewell.  Ray Freeman is a registered Landscape Architect in California #3722, Massachusetts #928, and North Carolina #356. He has been … Continued

Refugee Gardens with Sara Abed

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Refugee Gardens Released: Mar 15, 2016 Landscape Designer Sara Abed talks about her path to developing a community garden for refugees. According to the UNHCR, there are 59.5 million displaced people worldwide. 42,500 people are forced to leave their homes every … Continued

Stewardship of Thyself with Shere Disraeli

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Released: Mar 08, 2016 In this episode we speak with certified Permaculture Designer (Regenerative Agriculture, Sustainable Systems Designer) Shere Disraeli from Lost Valley Educational Center and Intentional Community, in Dextor, Oregon.    

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