AED Presents: FDR Park - A Resilient Vision for a Historic Park
The FDR Park Master Plan represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reimagine a historic public space, designed by the Olmsted Brothers, sons of prominent landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, to serve 21st century Philadelphians.
Project leaders will discuss an ecologically resilient, community-supported vision for the future of FDR Park and its position as a critical piece of civic and public health infrastructure, a signature open space asset that meets the needs of an inclusive and diverse set of users.
- Charles B. Neer, WRT, Senior Associate, PLA, ASLA
- Allison Schapker, Fairmount Park Conservancy, Chief Projects Officer
- Michael Trumbauer, Biohabitats, Chesapeake\Delaware Bays Bioregion Team Leader, CERP
In-person at Temple University Ambler Campus and virtual via Zoom.
ambler.temple.edu/visitor to register your vehicle for visitor parking.
This event is made possible in part by the Temple University General Activities Fund (GAF).