Revealing the Landscape Art and History of Mallard Island

Start Date
07/06/2017
End Date
07/06/2017
Description
Mallard Island preserves the legacy of wilderness conservationist Ernest Oberholtzer. A student of Olmsted and Pray in the school of landscape architecture at Harvard, he called Mallard Island home for a half century. He applied theories learned at Harvard to conserve and develop the island as wilderness retreat and training center. His delicate, yet impressive imprint of landscape architecture is carefully preserved. The presenters share the interdisciplinary experiences of their extensive documentation using traditional and high-tech methodologies that recorded, interpreted, and revealed th
Location
Boca Raton
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Historic Preservation
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
(1) Learn how historic landscape preservation protects the public health, safety, and welfare. (2) Learn how to apply principles of natural and social science research to reveal landscape architectural art and history. (3) Learn professional methods, techniques, and nationally established guidelines used by historical landscape architects. (4) Learn about the rapidly emerging digital Point Cloud technology as an accurate landscape modelling tool. (5) Learn how landscape architects lead interdisciplinary teams to gain multiple viewpoints
Instructors
David Driapsa, Debbie Dietrich-Smith, Dana Lockett
Website Registration
Course Codes
10635
Provider
FL|ASLA


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