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Rediscovering Land: It Doesn’t Have but One Use

Written by: Kyle Lukes, PLA, ASLA, Landscape Architect The natural world around us is a diverse place that has stood the test of time because of its resilience. I can’t help but raise the question of why our cities aren’t more resilient? In the past, many cities have struggled to attract people to their core,…
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How Vehicle-Pedestrian Collision Statistics Influence How I Design for Multimodal Transportation

Written by: Reneé Whittenberger, P.E. Senior Project Engineer I enjoy a schedule packed full of work, activities, socializing and fitness. I always have somewhere to be and I want to get there promptly. I push the limits on my time, my energy and in my jeep. Naturally, I want to get there efficiently. I take…
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Designing with Perennials – A Top Ten List for the Northeast Weather

Written by: Sandra V. Ely, PLA, ASLA, Senior Landscaping Architect My creative nature and passion for plants goes back as far as I can recall. As a young girl, I can remember picking wild flowers to make everything from necklaces and bracelets to flower arrangements for my mother. It wasn’t until college that I discovered…
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