About david

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far david has created 78 blog entries.

New Trends For Incorporating Accessibility Into Landscape Architecture

by Alicia Rennoll In 2018, California passed Proposition 68 to inject $4.1 billion into the state and local parks, water infrastructure projects, environmental conservation, and flood protection projects, according to Ballotpedia. Part of the state's plan is to make the great outdoors more accessible to California's growing population. To [...]

2020-02-14T16:06:18-08:00May 10th, 2019|

Urban Sketch Crawl 2019

https://youtu.be/VhLSd473dms CHIP SULLIVAN and other sketching enthusiasts on an adventure in drawing the urban landscape! This was an opportunity for ASLA members and friends to meet each other, draw together, and experience the built landscapes of downtown Oakland and Jack London Square.  

2020-02-14T16:06:18-08:00April 24th, 2019|

Fourth Annual Sharks Night

by: Andy Nowak Cathy Blake, ASLA-NCC President Katrina Majewski and David W. Nelson It was another wonderful and loud evening in the Tank watching the Sharks pull off a victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins, all thanks to our generous sponsors: Belgard, Delta Bluegrass, Landscape Forms and Miracle Play! The [...]

2020-04-16T16:57:29-07:00January 24th, 2019|

2019 National ASLA Public Awareness Summitt

by: Siobhan Hussey For this year's National ASLA Public Awareness Summit, I had the opportunity to go out to New Orleans and meet with representatives from each chapter to discuss, collaborate, and learn about what we can do to elevate the profession of landscape architecture through public relations and [...]

2020-02-14T16:06:19-08:00January 24th, 2019|

Stanford's Frost Amphitheater Renovation on Pace

by: Robin Wander The university is upgrading the 82-year-old facility while preserving its iconic past. In the summer of 2017, renovation construction began on Frost Amphitheater, a venue that holds a special place in the hearts of all those who were lucky enough to attend an event there since [...]

2020-02-14T16:06:19-08:00January 24th, 2019|

Preserving California’s Natural Resources While Landscaping

by: Allie Carter California is rich in a number of natural resources including oil, natural gas, wood, and water. Of all the aforementioned, water is by far the most precious, especially considering that, according to the EPA, the average American family uses up to 320 gallons of water in [...]

2020-02-14T16:06:19-08:00January 23rd, 2019|

Knowing How Invasive Grasses Compete Could Help Preserve Native Grasslands, According to Stanford Researchers

by Sofie Bates The order of arrival determines which invasive grasses predominate, according to a combination of experiments and computational modeling. The results could help in efforts to preserve the native plants that remain. Rolling golden hills are an iconic landscape in California, but these golden grasses aren't native [...]

2020-02-14T16:06:19-08:00January 23rd, 2019|

Interview with Linda Jewell: How to See More Deeply

by: Jared Green Linda Jewell, FASLA, is the recipient of the 2018 ASLA Medal, the 2008 Jot D. Carpenter Teaching Medal, and the 2007 Bradford Williams Medal. Jewell is professor emerita of landscape architecture at the University of California at Berkeley, where she was chair from 2006-2010 and partner [...]

2020-02-14T16:06:19-08:00December 12th, 2018|
Go to Top