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Landscape Architecture in the News

Fall in Storm King
Washington Square News
11/15/19

“But despite the trek, there is an incredible institution upstate that will be worth your time: the Storm King Art Center.”

How One Course is Developing Communication Skills to Tackle an Industry-wide Problem
LSU Academic Affairs
12/17/19

"Today’s landscape architect tackles everything from large-scale environmental issues like disaster recovery and stormwater management to quality of life challenges like developing healthy communities."

10 Questions: Napa Landscape Architect Makes The Outside Look Sharp
Napa Valley Register
11/19/19

“Susan Heiken said one of the best things about being a landscape architect is that “you are always learning something new.”

New Renderings Show 72,600-square-foot Public Park Coming to Brooklyn’s Pacific Park Development
6sqft
11/19/19

“Developer TF Cornerstone this week released new renderings for two sites within Brooklyn’s long-delayed Pacific Park development that have yet to break ground: 615 and 595 Dean Street.”

Dreaming Up Disneyland
The New York Times
11/25/19

“Those who knew Walt Disney often described him as an uncomplicated man of conventional 20th-century sensibilities: a lover of model trains, farm animals, lunch-wagon food, hard work, evening belts of scotch and endless Chesterfield cigarettes. One of his rituals upon coming home from his movie studio was feeding his poodle, Duchess, a cold frankfurter, or “wienie,” by leading her from room to room while throwing pieces on the floor.”

Prospect Park Tackles Toxic Algae Blooms With Nature-Based Technology
Gothamist
11/26/19

“For years people have walked by NYC’s urban lakes and ponds without knowing what the green stuff in the water really is. But dog owners in Prospect Park may know all too well: It’s toxic algae bloom.”

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