Honors & Awards

2023 Charles A. Flink II, FASLA
Charles A. Flink II, FASLA
Charles A. Flink II, FASLAImage Credit:
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Charles A. Flink II, FASLA

“Landscape architecture has inspired and empowered me to pursue my passion for conserving our planet’s precious natural resources and at the same time designing landscapes that improve daily life. Throughout my career, I also enjoyed building priceless long-term friendships that have enriched my personal and professional journey.”


Chuck Flink, FASLA, is an award-winning author and landscape architect who during his 40-year career has completed work in 250 communities, 35 states, and 7 foreign countries. He is the recipient of four dozen national, regional and local awards, and has served on governing boards for American Trails, East Coast Greenway and the 911 National Memorial Trail. Notable works include the Anne Springs Close Greenway, South Carolina; Charleston County Greenbelt Plan, South Carolina; Miami River Greenway, Florida; Grand Forks Greenway, North Dakota; Razorback Greenway in Arkansas; and Grand Canyon Greenway, Arizona. Chuck is the 2006 NC State University College of Design Distinguished Alumnus, and 2019 NC State University Watauga Medal recipient. Chuck has authored three books about greenways and trails: Greenways. A Guide to Planning, Design and Development, Trails for the Twenty First Century, and The Greenway Imperative: Connecting Communities and Landscapes for A Sustainable Future.

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