In the collaborative practices of ecological restoration, conservation planning and regenerative design, there are roles for engineers, biologists, landscape architects, geologists, planners, and many other professions.
But what about artists?
How can art enhance our efforts to restore the Earth and inspire ecological stewardship? Biohabitats explored this issue in the 2013 Summer Solstice issue of Leaf Litter. What do you think?
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Meet Water Resources Engineer Emily Beacham
Meet Landscape Designer Emma Podietz
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