Category: Landscape Architecture

The Bear Necessities

The Louisiana black bear once roamed freely throughout the state. Today, only three core subpopulations endure, each plagued by habitat fragmentation. Disconnected from the other populations by Highway 90, the coastal subspecies, the closest…

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Alumni Spotlight: Karla Christensen, MLA 1994

Somalia. Colombia. Indonesia. Sri Lanka. Albania. Bosnia-Herzegovina. Karla Christensen’s 12 years of international experience managing programs in education, youth development, sports and recreation, community-based conflict prevention, reconstruction, and rehabilitation spreads across numerous post-disaster and…

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A Legacy of Excellence

LSU Alumni, Students, and Faculty Win Bevy of ASLA Honors & Awards LSU landscape architecture alumni, faculty, and students will receive top honors at the 2016 ASLA Annual Meeting & EXPO in New Orleans…

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A Monarch Motorway

In some cases, highways can work for rather than against wildlife, especially when a thoroughfare extends along an endangered pollinator’s migratory route. In 2015, President Obama established the Pollinator Health Task Force to address…

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Spring 2016 Final Reviews

Instruction and experience in design, technical knowledge, and representation comprise the professional components of the architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture curricula at the LSU College of Art & Design—with the studio environment as…

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