I have completed my first term in the masters in landscape architecture program! Only nine more to go…

My final project was a wetlands reclamation area in the surrounding Eugene, Oregon, area. It was a fun project that taught me something about the way wetland areas work, the water fluctuations throughout the year, and the wildlife they attract. It was also interesting to design a space that creates habitat for nesting, but also allows humans into the site to interact with the natural world around them.

Everything turned out beautifully and I won’t bore you with the details, so this post is intended for you lovely readers that have commented in the past that you want to hear the school updates. I am off to enjoy a fabulous, relaxing vacation in the sun. It’s time for some well deserved R &R.

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Written by Renee Wilkinson