The Nancy Owens Studio-lead Fort Totten design team will be presenting their work on a panel at the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Annual Meeting and Expo on November 2nd. The panel will discuss the history of green infrastructure in NYC and best practices in integrating ecology into urban landscape designs, siting specifics from the design and ecological restoration of Fort Totten Park in New York City. In addition to Dr. Laska and Nancy Owens, the session’s panel will also be comprised of Jeanette Compton of DPR and Steve Grogg of McLauren Engineering Group. To learn more and register for the event, click here.
ASLA, founded in 1899, is an organization of 17,000 landscape architects from across the nation. The Society dedicates itself to the “highest ethical standards of the profession,” and focuses on leading the creative “design of our cultural and natural environments.” ASLA also publishes a monthly periodical entitled Landscape Architecture Magazine. To learn more about ASLA, click here.