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Delta Science Fellowship awarded to PhD student Sophie Taddeo

PhD Landscape student, Sophie Taddeo, receives a 2-year Delta Science/California Sea Grant Fellowship. Read More »

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Why Are America’s Most Innovative Companies Still Stuck in 1950s Suburbia?

Louise Mozingo, Professor and Chair of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, detailed the origins of the corporate environments in her 2011 book, Pastoral Capitalism: A History of Suburban Corporate Landscapes. Read More »

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GROUND UP

GROUND UP is the student journal of the Department of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning at University of California at Berkeley. Read More »

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Open Call for Summer 2016 [IN]LAND Applications

CED's Summer [IN]STITUTE is accepting applications for [IN]LAND, a summer intensive designed for post-baccalaureates with no previous design experience who are thinking about applying to grad programs in landscape architecture and environmental planning. Read More »

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Rethinking Urban Landscapes To Adapt to Rising Sea Levels

Kristina Hill, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning, was interviewed by Yale Environment 360 about her vision for modifying coastal communities, the limits to adaptation, and the promise of “cyborg landscapes.” Read More »

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Colloquium Spring 2016: LD ARCH 253 - Landscape Planning & Design: From Theory to Practice

JAN 27 - MAR30. Unique opportunity to see contemporary landscape design and planning projects of various scales and types from the inside. Learn how the landscape architects work through aesthetic, social, and ecological concerns in real world contexts. Read More »

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University Gardens For All Seasons

UC Berkeley is home to six unique gardens including Blake Garden, nestled in the Kensington hills. Read More »

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the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at UC Berkeley. Read More »