USDA Forest Service study finds increase need for urban forests

April 5, 2018,AEST

The USDA Forest Service recently published the US Urban Forest Statistics, Values, and Projections (David J. Nowak and Eric J. Greenfield) in the March edition of the Journal of Forestry. The study estimates the change in urban land on a national level (USA) and state-by-state, and | Read More

How Product Procurement can make or break your project

March 15, 2018,AEST

As landscape architects, we design using numerous materials and elements to create a holistic design that relies on suppliers and contractors to provide and install the products in a timely manner to meet deadlines. Whether for large or small projects, | Read More

Why the future looks promising

January 16, 2018,AEST

Whilst growing up in Australia in the 1970’s and 80’s the greatest environmental concern was the hole in the Ozone Layer. Fortunately, many nations signed up to the Montreal Protocol in 1987, and we have seen the reduction in the | Read More

The fight for public space at Federation Square

December 22, 2017,AEST

Recently the Victorian Government announced that the Yarra Building in Federation Square which currently accommodates the Koorie Heritage Trust is set to be demolished to make way for an Apple Global Flagship Store. The public backlash from the community was | Read More

Meet the 2018 WLA Awards Jury

December 6, 2017,AEST

WLA is very proud to have five experienced landscape architects join the jury for the 2018 WLA Awards. There expertise and knowledge will be utilised the entries in the various categories. Jurors were selected from a diverse range of backgrounds and | Read More

Landscape Architects Leading the Charge for Climate Action

November 14, 2017,AEST

On October 20th, 2017 at the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA) Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA – Martha Schwartz, Principal of Martha Schwartz Partners and Pamela Conrad, Associate with CMG Landscape Architecture based out of San Francisco, CA | Read More

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