PhilaU Landscape Architecture Program Helps Create City Green Space: Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia University’s landscape architecture program is helping to develop community green space throughout the city, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported July 16.

“There are all sorts of assets in that area that people just can’t get to. We are looking to create stepping-stones in the community,” Kim Douglass, director of PhilaU’s landscape architecture program, told the Inquirer. PhilaU landscape architecture students will be integral in designing and implementing a vision for the spaces.

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