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Friday, 11/15

  Education Session Field Session General Session
7:00 AM
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5:00 PM
  FS001 Newport's Cultural and Historic Landscapes-Past to Present

FS002 Sustainable Futures for Historic Properties: Estates in North Easton and Milton

FS003 Historic Landscape Cemeteries in the 21st Century and Contemporary Design Challenges

FS004 Walking Downtown Providence

FS005 The Emerald Necklace: Balancing the Past, the Present, and the Future

FS010 The Residential Gardens of Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture

FS006 New Campus Interventions at Wellesley & MIT

FS009 The Boston Tree Party: Examining Tree Planting in the City

FS011 Recent Work of Stephen Stimson Associates

FS013 Landscapes of Therapy at Boston Area Teaching Hospitals

FS008 Landscapes by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates

FS015 Biking for All: Eliminating Barriers to Bicycling in Boston and Beyond

FS016 The Past, Present, and Future of Harvard University Campus Spaces

FS018 Outdoor Classrooms Designed for Learning

FS017 Sketch Boston

FS020 The Rose Kennedy Greenway
 
8:30 AM
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10:00 AM
FRI-A01 The Continuity of Change: Adapting and Interpreting Modernist Era Landscapes

FRI-A02 Translating Research into Restoration: Exterior Environments for Wounded Warriors

FRI-A03 Advanced Water Movement in Soils–How It Really Works!

FRI-A04 Floating Treatment Wetlands: Sustainable Green Infrastructure for Water Quality

FRI-A05 Bayou Greenways: An Urban Park System Like No Other

FRI-A06 The New Energy Landscape: Planning, Permitting, and Development of Renewables

FRI-A07 Landscape Forensics: Why Things Fail

FRI-A08 Shifting Food Systems, Part 1: Agriculture and the Angles We Never Considered

FRI-A09 Ecological Design: The Genius of Nature
   
10:30 AM
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12:00 PM
FRI-B01 Landscape Irrigation Problems and Mistakes That Waste Water and Money

FRI-B02 Seattle's Olympic Sculpture Park Turns 5

FRI-B03 Healthy Soils: Physical, Organic, and Chemical Properties

FRI-B04 What's Next for Landscape Architecture in Africa

FRI-B05 Walking the Line: Balancing Complex Teams and Constrained Budgets

FRI-B06 Zero to Hero: How Memphis Became a National Leader in Cycling Facilities

FRI-B07 Groundbreaking: Design Excellence and the GSA’s New Focus on Performative Landscapes

FRI-B08 Moving Environments and Dynamic Possibilities

FRI-B09 Feasibility of Native Species and Natural Communities on Green Roofs

FRI-B10 Therapeutic, Restorative, or Enabling: Are All Healing Gardens Designed the Same?
   
1:30 PM
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3:00 PM
FRI-C01 Forest Sustainability and Stewardship: Taxes, Warblers, Jobs, and Logs in New Jersey

FRI-C02 Cloud-Based Professional Practice: Distributed Virtual Collaborations

FRI-C03 Better Practices: The Artful Rainwater Design Approach To Green Infrastructure

FRI-C04 Assessing the Impact of Landscape Designs on Ecosystem Services and Human Health

FRI-C05 Emerging As Leaders Through Economic Downturn

FRI-C06 Shifting Food Systems, Part 2: Multi-Scale Agricultural Applications in Our Cities

FRI-C07 Playing It Too Safe?

FRI-C08 Landscape/Structural Accent Lighting: Design, Cost Estimating, and Energy Use Analysis

FRI-C09 The Tale of Three Alleys: Integrating Green Infrastructure in Diverse Neighborhoods

FRI-C10 Moving to a Regenerative Marketplace: The Monetization of Ecosystem Services
   
3:30 PM
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5:00 PM
FRI-D01 Inside the LA Studio with Mikyoung Kim

FRI-D02 Thinking in Systems: How Urban Agriculture and Systems Ecology Can Reshape the City

FRI-D03 Complete/Green Streets: Long-Term Performance Through Systems Integration

FRI-D04 Green Resorts: The Metrics of Sustainable Certification for Resort Development

FRI-D05 Sustainable Living Walls: It’s All About Maintenance

FRI-D06 Boston Through the Eyes of Landscape Architects

FRI-D07 Cool Off! A Park for Everyone

FRI-D08 Solving the Congestion Crisis in America's National Parks

FRI-D09 Manhattan's Shadow Park System: Beneath the Occupy Wall Street/Zuccotti Park Debate

FRI-D10 Sustainable Solutions: Using Technology to Conserve Water
   
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