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Integrating natural systems into urban design is gaining prominence. But what does it take to integrate ecological systems in urban and post-industrial landscape designs? This panel brings together diverse disciplines to discuss key elements, changing trends, lessons learned, and the challenges and joys of collaborating on integrated ecology projects.
Remediation / Brownfields
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Learn about and key components and consideration in integrating natural systems in formal designs.
Learn about the importance, value, and complexities of designed ecologies in landscape design.
Learn about collaborating with ecologists and ecological designers on integrated ecology projects.
Learn about challenges and potential failures when designing natural ecologies in urban and postindustrial projects.
Keith Bowers, FASLA, Biohabitats, Inc.; Chris Guillard, ASLA, CMG Landscape Architecture; Steven Apfelbaum, Applied Ecological Services, Inc.; Allegra Bukojemsky, ASLA, Wildlands
American Society of Landscape Architects