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Bees, both wild and managed, are vital to sustaining diverse ecosystems and maintaining our food supply, but their populations are dwindling. This session explores local and national plans to integrate pollinator habitat into existing urban and rural frameworks across the U.S.
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
Highlight pollination issues and propose a treatment to the problem as it relates to planning and landscape architecture.
Encourage landscape architects to be involved in local and national policy making.
Showcase the importance of forging political partnerships to encourage ecological design.
Educate the professional community on advances and partnerships within the landscape architecture community.
Heather Holm, Holm Design & Consulting LLC; Mark Cason, American Society of Landscape Architects; Danielle Bilot, Assoc. ASLA, Kudela & Weinheimer
American Society of Landscape Architects