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Landscape Processes Discussion Series: Pamela Conrad

April 28, 2021
11:30a-12:30p Central

Pamela Conrad, principal at CMG Landscape Architecture and founder of Climate Positive Design, will discuss her work as part of the Landscape Processes online discussion series.

The event is free and will be delivered via Zoom. Register here>>

Presented as part of the spring 2021 Landscape Technology and Landscape elective courses taught by lecturer Alexandra Mei, the Landscape Processes series engages with seven practitioners to explore the details, materials, and technologies embedded in the practice of landscape architecture. Each discussion will focus on the guest speaker's body of work and how their processes to design are pushing the field of landscape architecture forward. During each event, attendees are invited to ask questions in a moderated discussion with the guest speaker. The lectures are enabled by the support of the Sam Fox School's Master of Landscape Architecture program. In partnership with ASLA St. Louis, the Sam Fox School is also providing free online LACES approved credits for this lecture series.

About Conrad

Pamela Conrad, ASLA, LEED AP, PLA is a principal at CMG Landscape Architecture and founder of Climate Positive Design. Conrad focuses on climate mitigation and resilient design in the public realm. Her work is informed by a background in plant science and a passion for the environment rooted in growing up on a farm. She is an ASLA Climate Change subcommittee member, 2018-2019 LAF Fellow for Innovation and Leadership, and recipient of the 2019 NCRE Women of Influence Award. She has published numerous works and presented internationally for developing the landscape carbon calculator Pathfinder app and Climate Positive Design Challenge.

Additional Series Speakers

Additional guest speakers in the series include Nina Chase & Chris Merritt (March 23), Alexa Vaughn-Brainard (March 30), Diana Fernandez (April 7), Niall Kirkwood (April 20), and Kotchakorn Voraakhom (April 27).