A Landscape Restoration Tale of Weeds, Wildlife, Waste, & Renewal | Jenna Webster

How do you turn around a weed-infested grassland when many of the necessary steps conflict with imperiled bird species already usingthat grassland? Learn how a unique restoration plan for a 100-acre grassland atop a capped landfill negotiated this challenge by synthesizing crowdsourced data, scientific research, field experience, and an interpretative vision steeped in site history.

Jenna Webster is a designer with Larry Weaner Landscape Associates, where she works on landscape master plans for residential and public projects. She also plays a key role in developing programming for the New Directions in the American Landscape conference series. She holds a B.A. and M.Ed from Harvard University and a masters from the Conway School, a graduate program in sustainable landscape planning and design. Prior to entering the design field, she worked in art museums and community non-profits.

Co-sponsored by the LA-Hort Department, AED, Tyler School of Art and the Temple University General Activities Fund (GAF) Landscape Architecture CEU’s available.

  • Date & Time

    2017-02-17 12:30pm to 1:30pm
  • Location

    Learning Center 103, Ambler Campus
  • Category