How can we use ecology as a framework for planning resilient, biodiverse cities? In Episode 2 of this three-part webinar series, Senior Ecological Planner/Designer, Jennifer Dowdell and Senior Landscape Architect/Urban Ecologist, Aiman Duckworth dive into the details of an iterative urban planning approach that is grounded in socio-ecological principles.

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Get to know Senior Restoration Ecologist, Rachel Spadafore
Get to know Julia Richter, Water Resources Engineer
Get to know Restoration Landscape Architect, Sarai Carter
Get to know Water Resources Engineer, Ellie Month
Get to know Jensen Hufnagel, Operations Assistant

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