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Landscape Architecture – Incorporating Urban Food in Post-Industrial Cities (Part 2 of 2)

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Touch the Soil News #292 – By Beth Hagenbuch In the past, urban food and farming has often been an afterthought. Yards are converted to food gardens and urban lots retro-fitted into market gardens. We were lucky to get Beth Hagenbuch, a professional landscape architect, to write about the emerging trend of urban food and farming being designed in from the start. This story on urban food-landscape architecture reveals a new occupational direction. Beth Hagenbuch is a Partner at Hagenbuch Weikal Landscape Architecture (HWLA), recipient of the 2012 American Society of Landscape Architects National Honor Award for Lafayette Greens Urban Garden in Detroit, Michigan, http://www.asla.org/2012awards/073.html and President of GrowTown  http://growtown.org,…

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Landscape Architecture – Incorporating Urban Food in Post-Industrial Cities (Part 1 of 2)

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Touch the Soil News #291 – By Beth Hagenbuch In the past, urban food and farming has often been an afterthought. Yards are converted to food gardens and urban lots retro-fitted into market gardens. We were lucky to get Beth Hagenbuch, a professional landscape architect, to write about the emerging trend of urban food and farming being designed in from the start. This story on urban food-landscape architecture reveals a new occupational direction. Beth Hagenbuch is a Partner at Hagenbuch Weikal Landscape Architecture (HWLA), recipient of the 2012 American Society of Landscape Architects National Honor Award for Lafayette Greens Urban Garden in Detroit, Michigan, http://www.asla.org/2012awards/073.html and President of GrowTown http://growtown.org,…

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