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Edward Lyons Pryce, the Black Landscape Architect that Preserved the Tuskegee Institute
A new scholarship will continue Pryce’s legacy as one of the first Black landscape architects.
Why Landscapes Designed to Flood Are Environmentally Sound
The author of a new book explains why a landscape may be more resilient when it is designed for and defined by its floods.