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Women have been active in ASLA since its formation in 1899 and have played major roles in its governance and membership, including renowned American landscape architect Beatrix Jones Farrand, one of the 11 founding members.
The book includes interviews and comments from leading landscape architects, employment opportunities, licensing requirements, and an abundance of practical additional information.
Love Every Leaf: The Life of Landscape Architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander Written by Kathy Stinson Toronto: Tundra Books, 2008  $28.
April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Society of Landscape Architects has selected the Orange County Great Park Comprehensive Master Plan -- titled "A Vision for the Great Park of the 21st Century" -- for the 2008 Professional Award of Honor for Analysis and Planning.
While it has only one landscape architect - earning between £30,170 to £36,380, with responsibility to develop the long-term management and maintenance plans for the parks and project manage individual schemes with outside contractors - he could be contracted as a freelance or work on behalf of a private practice to develop a parks-wide programme or a specific project in an individual park.
AKRF, a leading environmental, planning and engineering firm, announced the hiring of Susan Jainehill as senior landscape architect.
A member of the American Society of Landscape Architects and secretary of Granite State Landscape Architects, Cruess has been involved in the planning and design of parks, playgrounds, walking and bicycle trails as well, as residential developments during her 25 years with the Bedford-based multi-disciplinary firm.
CAPTION(S): 2 photos Photo: (1 -- 2) Landscape architect Heather Lenkin stands in one of the 21 gardens she has created for herself on the grounds of her Pasadena home.