Course Description and Credit Information

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Course description 

In this course, Landscape architects will explore the latest and most groundbreaking trends in Landscape Architecture. From the incorporation of new technologies to the implementation of regenerative design strategies, participants will gain a deep understanding of the current state of the field. With a focus on interactive learning and real-world applications, attendees will develop the skills necessary to design and implement sustainable landscapes that enhance both the natural environment and human communities. From designing urban green spaces that improve air quality to creating public parks that serve as carbon sinks, the possibilities are endless. This course is perfect for anyone looking to stay at the forefront of Landscape Architecture and make a real impact on the world around us.

Learning Objectives:

1. Participants will learn some of the top trending topics in the profession.
2. Participants will learn some of the latest research regarding the Landscape Architecture.
3. Participants will Learn about new game changing ideas in landscape architecture.
4. Participant will learn about new innovative ways of landscape architecture.

General Course Information

Credits 2.25 CEU/CE/PH/CH
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Course Preview

The following editorial from Thomas Woltz advances the responsibility of landscape architects to create a cleaner, greener, and more equitable future as urban populations swell and the impacts of climate change put current defenses to the test. This alliance with infrastructure serves as a fitting leadoff for the Focus section of the October/November edition of The Architect’s Newspaper themed on landscape. Along with a review of Kevin Loughran’s Parks for Profit: Selling Nature in the City and a fabric-focused Pictorial, this section showcases a quartet of city-bound projects—three in the San Francisco Bay Area and one in the heart of Manhattan—that, while diverse in scale and scope, bring resiliency, biodiversity, and natural beauty to the forefront. Keep an eye out for these pieces in the coming days. —The Editors