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.

Register for Episode 3: Laying Groundwork for Implementation: Scenarios, Pilots & Partnership

Further Reading

Meet Conservation Biologist Nolan Schillerstrom
Get to know Allyson Gibson, Biohabitats Extern
Get to Know Graphic Designer Joey Marshall
Evolution: A New Leadership Team for Biohabitats
Biohabitats receives ASLA’s highest honor

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