Observing Juneteenth 2022

On June 20 this year, we observe Juneteenth, now a federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in the U.S. It was celebrated first in 1866 in Texas, one year from when African Americans first learned of the […]

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Celebrating Visiting Speakers

Climate change impacts on public health. Multi-species coexistence. Indigenous planning and place knowing in design. Biodiversity in agriculture. Race, privilege, class, and art in horticultural history and practice. Conservation solutions for managed landscapes. The intersection of Islamic cosmology and ecological […]

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Garden Chat: Friday, January 28, 2022

Students observe the landscape in the Paradise Lot garden during orientation week, Fall 2021 As designers, we know that often constraints are our friends. A silver lining of the upheaval caused by the pandemic has been the success of our […]

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