Lots of Lots: A Discussion of Policies, Trends, and Opportunities for Landscape Architects and Vacant Land Stewardship - 1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
Presenters will share insights, research, and findings from the launch of a new online platform: the Vacant Land Stewardship Online Resource Center. This session will range from a discussion of national policies that have created vacant land; the difficulties of defining ‘vacant land’; and a reflection on why ‘vacant land’ grapples with its ecological identity. Together we will explore inspirational and locally nuanced solutions arising from vacant land stewardship projects across the country.
- Articulate recent, national trends influencing the creation and stewardship of vacant land in cities and towns across the United States.
- Better describe the opportunity for landscape architects interested in contributing to solutions for communities with vacant property.
- Compare approaches to community-led and design-supported land stewardship, site design, and land revitalization strategies at the scale of a neighborhood or district.
- Describe how well-designed solutions to vacant land management can support a more equitable future.
Hosted by ASLA's Landscape - Land Use Planning Professional Practice Network (PPN)
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