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Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
This project is about participating in the life cycles of plants in order to generate more resilient and equitable landscapes. This project proposes fun, inclusive ways for a cultural shift toward taking care of our landscapes and expanding, diversifying and deepening them. From educational programming, to seed bomb tosses, invasive scavenger hunts, named tree posts, hell strip garden beds, and more, the intent is to make land management shared, productive, and scaled to the emergency of climate change and environmental inequity.
Hunt, Elizabeth, "Generative landscapes: successional and equitable plant propagation on Rhode Island's public lands" (2020). Masters Theses. 583.
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