Our publication volunteers have been hard at work preparing an impactful Spring 2021 issue of The Connecticut Landscape Architect. With an overarching theme of "Landscapes of Diversity, readers can find coverage of several different facets of Black history and design in Connecticut.
Confronting the legacy of urban renewal projects in Hartford and New Haven
Contributions by landscape architects to the Connecticut Freedom Trail
An interview with Julia Jack, AIA
Revitalization of the Mary and Eliza Freeman houses in Bridgeport
Analysis of Jackie Robinson and Marcus Garvey parks
Leadership of food accessibility and mutual aid support through Summer of Solutions
Other articles include a reprint of a 1987 editorial by ASLA, "White Hats Aren't Enough", calling for greater opportunities for practitioners; a remembrance of Edward Cape; and a retrospective on the work of Helene Bliss Warner written by George Yarwood.
Hardcopies are in the mail and should arrive during the first week of May. In the meantime, please enjoy reading this flipbook edition.
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