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Why We Love Children’s Gardens

Over the past decades, landscape architects have risen to the challenge of creating distinct “children’s gardens” within the boundaries of larger, established public parks and botanical gardens. In our increasingly urban and techno-centric world, we know green space reduces stress [...]

Why We Love Children’s Gardens2021-06-28T10:43:24-07:00

Gardens, An Essential Service to the Community

A new survey by a British charitable organization underscores the vital role that gardens play in relieving stress during times of high anxiety, isolation, and uncertainty. Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, our friends across the pond found solace in their beloved [...]

Gardens, An Essential Service to the Community2020-09-13T09:30:01-07:00

Irvine Town Hall “Gardening in a Pandemic” hosted by Farrah Khan, Irvine City Council Member

What a fun hour participating in a virtual Town Hall on "Gardening in a Pandemic". Many thanks to Irvine council member, Farrah Khan, for hosting and to Irvine middle schooler, Matthew Changg, who was my co-presenter.  We shared the basics [...]

Irvine Town Hall “Gardening in a Pandemic” hosted by Farrah Khan, Irvine City Council Member2020-08-13T10:41:17-07:00

Landscape Architecture Students Deliver High Quality Design Concepts for a Great Park Botanical Garden

On May 13, 2020, the Coalition wrapped up a semester-long collaboration with Cal Poly Pomona Department of Landscape Architecture with a super Zoom presentation of the top six project designs. Despite a pandemic that closed campus and required a quick [...]

Landscape Architecture Students Deliver High Quality Design Concepts for a Great Park Botanical Garden2020-08-06T11:07:26-07:00

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