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The Dairy Block |Denver, COSpring 2019 | Kortney Harris Artwork by: en-USKortney Harrisen-US The Dairy Block | en-USDenver, CO

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21 en-US03en-US 01en-US 09en-US 13en-US 25en-US 27en-US 31en-US 35en-US 45en-US 47en-US 51en-US 53en-US 57en-USTOPONYMY AS GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING ABSENCE & PRESENCE IN THE LANDSCAPE,en-US en-USAreti Athanasopoulosen-USEDITORS NOTEen-US pOWER IS DELUSION,en-US Ranae Rutherforden-USURBAN GENTRIFICATION AND HIGHER EDUCATION,en-US Marisa Westbrook & Coby Wikselaaren-USLARIMER SQUARE: A Place for the People,en-USen-USA CONVERSATION WITH DICK FARLEY,en-US Interviewed & Transcribed by Tatum Mooreren-USNIGHTTIME Enter the Edge City,en-US Julia Dullienen-USWHAT DOES YOUR WATER GROW?,en-US en-USen-USCULTIVATING FOOD SECURITY: Abundant Food from Denver’s Public Space,en-US Greg Jacobsen-USDEAR FUTURE MLA STUDENTen-US, en-USen-USARTIST BIOGRAPHIESen-US LANDING: Sun Valley South Site Analysis,en-US Jana Rainesen-USTHE SHAKING OF HANDS, THE BLENDING OF SPACES,en-US en-USJake Seymouren-USGREEN ROOFS TO GREENISH BUILDINGS,en-US Kathryn Landers CONTENTS

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01 en-USROOT Tatum Moorer – Co-Editor-In-Chief en-USJana Raines – Co-Editor-In-Chiefen-US Cassidy Bowman – Layout Editoren-US Kortney Harris – Media, Website, Fundraising en-US Ngoc Vu – Finance, Fundraising en-US Ann Komaraen-US Joern Langhorst en-USTHANK YOUen-USTo the CU Denver Department of Landscape Architecture for its paramount support en-US throughout the life span of ROOTen-US en-US To Joern Langhorst for your guidance and encouragement as we carried out our vision for en-US this volumeen-US To en-USAll Copy Productsen-US en-US en-US en-US in print: þ en-US þ en-USCU Denver Live!en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USAcknowledgments en-USROOT v. 10en-US en-US– en-USEDITORIAL TEAM en-USROOT v. 10en-US en-US–en-US STAFF en-USFACULTY ADVISORen-USen-US en-US anden-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-USCopyright ar-SA en-USen-US

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en-US02en-USROOT en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Volume 1en-USen-US Unexpected Landscapesen-US en-US en-US Volume 2en-US discussed en-US Resourceful Obstaclesen-US en-US en-US en-US Volume 3en-USen-US en-US, it en-US en-US en-US Volume 4en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US Volume 5en-US en-US Redlinesen-US en-US en-US en-US Volume 6en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Volume 7en-US en-US Regenerateen-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Volume 8en-US en-US Full Coloren-USen-US en-US en-US en-US Volume 9en-USen-US en-US and how en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US engaged in discussion with students outside en-US en-US en-US has through the discussion of diverse ideas as en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USIn The Makingen-US en-USBy Co-Editor-in-Chiefen-USEDITORS NOTEen-USWelcome to ROOT v.Xen-US en-USIn the Making

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NOTE: en-US This piece is adapted from a lecture given en-US en-US en-USToponymy, or the naming of places, is a very en-US en-US because it is an expression of power – what en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Toponymy As Guide To en-USUnderstanding Absence & en-US Presence in the Landscapeen-USBy Areti Athanasopoulos en-USARETI ATHANASOPOULOSen-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US03en-USROOT

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US their past existence yet say nothing of their en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US of their names? en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 04 en-USROOT

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en-USen-USen-US the stories of its original inhabitants, but he en-US en-US because of the announcement from the en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US or sense of loss one experiences when they are en-US en-US will assert contritely that it is incumbent upon en-US en-US en-US en-US of the places we presently inhabit, from which en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Company, came up with a system of naming en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 05 en-USROOT What happened to the Native en-USAmericans in Denver?en-US What are the stories behind the en-US usage of their names?

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US of a people, or how a new government can en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 06 en-USROOT One must understand that en-USplace names are always en-US crafted and created within the en-US constructs of power, and their en-US intentions can sometimes be to en-US conceal, and more specically, en-US to deceive.

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US when we reveal the power structures, stories, en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USWORKS CITEDen-USBrower, Kenneth.en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US -en-US en-US Editors, HISTORY.com.en-USen-US en-US-en-US en-US Goodstein, Phil. en-US en-US en-US Radding, Lisa, and John Western.en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US Way, Thaisa.en-US en-US en-US 07 en-USROOT

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Artist: Karrin Larson en-USen-US-en-US 08 en-USCAPTURING OUR CITY

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pOWER IS A DELUSION en-USBy Ranae Rutherford en-USRANAE RUTHERFORDen-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USI dream in shapesen-US Shape dreams make en-US The days more real en-US If you dream in shapes en-US You may just feel en-US That life is what you will en-US Curves and lines en-US en-US Words I never knew existed en-US All these lines en-US en-US en-US 09 en-USROOT

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en-USAs people there are en-US en-US That dreams also have the power en-US en-US en-US Of those who seek more en-US en-US en-US Have less than they thoughten-US en-US Some folks dream of shapes en-US en-US Bring people together en-US Neighbors formerly torn en-US While some in power en-US Use their dreams of lines to skew en-US Some drawn in red en-US en-US en-US en-US While red lines impede en-US en-US For power breeds in fear en-US en-US We must adhere to the tried en-US en-US en-US en-US Reality for those en-US Whose power they’d en-US en-US So their dreams keep en-US The pooren-US Just as they are en-US en-US May inherit the earth en-US But privilege in real life en-US Is granted at birth 10 en-USROOT So you see en-USThe dreams of the weak en-US Will always seek to en-US Hold a power en-US They only see yours en-US And mine en-US Never ours en-US en-US Not realizing that en-US Power is arbitrary en-US en-US If a system is failing en-US You must toss it aside en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Favors one over another en-US en-US en-US en-US Can I help you up? en-USBut first I have to ask en-US What was all the power for?

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The Denver Art Museum en-USBy Rio Dulaney 12 en-USCAPTURING OUR CITY

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-USBy Marisa Westbrook & Coby Wikselaar en-USINTRODUCTIONen-US MARISA WESTBROOKen-US en-USis a PhD student in Health and Behavioral Sciences at CU Denver, working en-US in research and as an instructor and teaching assistant for undergraduate students in public health. en-US en-US en-US level. Her research interests focus on raising community voices, addressing the structural determinants en-US en-US en-USCOBYen-US en-US WIKSELAARen-USen-US en-US en-US en-US to the world around us, Coby is interested in pursuing studies that explore how we can organize our en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 13 en-USROOT

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 14 en-USROOT CONTEXTUALIZING URBAN en-USGENTRIFICATION: HOW DID WE GET en-US HERE?en-US GENTRIFICATION & CAPITAL MARKETSen-USThe development of higher en-US education has been and en-US will continue...contributing en-US or mitigating processes of en-US gentrication.

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 15 en-USROOT GENTRIFICATION AND STATE POLICY en-USTHE NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF en-US GENTRIFICATION ABOVE: en-USen-USen-US en-USNegative impacts are essential en-US to consider as we look to en-US how institutions of higher en-US education participate in and en-US shape understandings of en-US gentrication

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US þû en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 16 en-USROOT THE CASE STUDY OF AURARIA CAMPUS en-USIN DENVER, COLORADOen-US HIGHER EDUCATION’S CONTRIBUTION en-US TO GENTRIFICATION en-USUniversities rarely take into en-US consideration “the tastes and en-US comfort zones of people of en-US color whose presence in these en-US neighborhoods will outlast en-US that of the students and most en-US university appointees”en-US It is important to question en-US whose space is being made en-US more attractive or desirable en-US for, and which cultures and en-US identities do not t the concept en-US of “highest and best use”

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US þû en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US ROOT en-US17 CASES ACROSS THE COUNTRY en-USTHE NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF en-US GENTRIFICATION FROM HIGHER en-US EDUCATIONen-USFailure to shift systems and en-US practices of higher education en-US to meet the needs of vulnerable en-US students reinforces exclusion en-US and detracts from the potential en-US for colleges to function as en-US institutions that foster equitable, en-US inclusive & diverse societies.

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US ROOT en-US18 HIGHER EDUCATION’S IDEOLOGICAL en-USRELATIONSHIP TO GENTRICIFICATION ABOVE: en-USen-USen-USen-US...housing is a primary en-US technology in managing en-US populations because it is en-US part of “the evaluation of life,” en-US eectively determining who en-US lives and who dies

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 19 en-USROOT REFLECTION QUESTIONS AND STEPS en-USFORWARDen-USWhat does it mean if en-US universities and colleges are en-US seeking to serve students but en-US participating in processes of en-US gentrication that could impact en-US the ability for students to secure en-US food and housing?en-US What role do institutions of en-US higher education have in en-US promoting or attempting en-US to mitigate processes of en-US gentrication, dislocation, and en-US displacement?

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USBombardieri, Marcella.en-USen-US2018.en-US en-US en-US en-US Booker, Brakkton. 2017.en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Brenner, Neil, Nik Theodore. 2012.en-USen-US en-US Campos, Paulen-US en-US 2015.en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-USWORKS CITEDen-USen-USen-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US 20 en-USROOT

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photo: Jake Seymour Nov, 2018WEST LA COURTHOUSE SKATE SIT SPATIALLY INFERRED PREFERENCESpatial context infers how a participant uses an identical seat for skating or for sitting. Finding a way to create the use preference phenomenon, design a ledge to create spatial differences. Use this phenomenon to create an interstitial space between sidewalk and skatepark. The Shaking of Hands, en-USThe Blending of Spacesen-USBy Jake Seymour en-USJAKE SEYMOURen-US en-USis a recent graduate of the Master of Landscape Architecture from the University en-US en-US en-US en-USSPRINGen-US en-US semester of 2019, through a seven-en-US week design studio, Jake embarked on a en-US journey through Lower Downtown to discover en-US and document the cultural landscape icon of en-US en-US en-US examined how others regarded and interacted en-US with the space before developing a design en-US of his own to enhance the experience of the en-US en-US First, Jake examined how others chose to en-US represent the Denver Skatepark by analyzing en-US posts on Instagram. From this Jake observed en-US that people post more videos than photos en-US en-US en-US en-US as the subjects of focus and the park was the en-US performance space. Through hand sketching en-US en-US and distances, curiously it was the sequence, en-US en-US within the space that Jake was drawn to. þ en-USUsing a camera, Jake took photographs of en-US en-US Skatepark and created a photo montage to en-US highlight the features he saw. This process en-US reiterated his awareness that human involvement en-US en-US and hangout spaces were in the background, en-US both of which were personal aspects of the en-US icon that previously went unseen. Jake then en-US dove into the history of the site and skateboard en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USDISCOVERY THROUGH ANALYSIS 21 en-USROOT

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photo: Jake Seymour Nov, 2018WEST LA COURTHOUSE SKATE SITSPATIALLY INFERRED PREFERENCESpatial context infers how a participant uses an identical seat for skating or for sitting. Finding a way to create the use preference phenomenon, design a ledge to create spatial differences. Use this phenomenon to create an interstitial space between sidewalk and skatepark. en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US and the skateboarders, and it would use this preference en-US en-US sidewalk and skatepark. en-US Jake’s goals for the ledge design and enhancement of en-US the Denver Skatepark were: 1) Maintain visual language en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US gesture, like an interlocking or shaking of hands.en-USSITen-US SKATEen-USFINAL LEDGE DESIGN 22 en-USROOT

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SPATIAL LAYOUT FOCUS AREA19th StLittle Raven St 14’ ledge 14’ space in between 14’ ledge 28’ space in between (20’ ledge recessed)SKATE SIT SKATE SIT sidewalk (no rolling) 2’x9” paver for unique rolling environmentROLL WALK SKATE en-USSITen-US WALKen-US ROLLen-US SKATEen-US SITen-US2’x9”Paver for unique en-US rolling environmenten-US 14’ Ledgeen-US 14’ Space in betweenen-US 14’ Ledgeen-US 28’ Space in between en-US (20’ ledge recessed)en-US en-US sidewalk (no rolling)en-USFINAL DESIGN en-USen-US en-US en-US zone between a pedestrian sidewalk and the en-US main skatepark. This rolling zone will act as a en-US space where both the pedestrian can observe en-US and interact with the skaters, and as a rollway en-US en-US space to hone their skills before moving into en-US en-US en-US a sensory experience for the skater. Jake also en-US chose to have the pedestrian walkway rake en-US en-US stray skateboards from rolling into the street. en-US The Ledge form would act as the common en-US link between the pedestrian and rolling en-US zone to allow for engagement between the en-US two cultures and the blending of those two en-US pedestrian spaces. 23 en-USROOT

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Source: YK Stone Center en-USGRANITE LEDGEen-US FILL FREE CONCRETE BENCHen-US RAKE FINISHED SIDEWALKen-US “MAJESTIC LEATHERED”en-US MOVEMENT + STASISen-US 12’ ADDITION FROM ROAD 24 en-USROOT

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LANDING : Sun Valley South en-USSite Analysisen-USBy Jana Raines en-USJANA RAINESen-US is currently earning her Master of Landscape Architecture at CU Denver. She en-US en-US designer. Her graduate focus is in Urban Agriculture and sustainable food systems. When not en-US en-US en-US en-US 25 en-USROOT en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US

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26 en-USROOT en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USThe question is: en-USCan I do right by this place? WORKS CITED Guilt en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US Shameen-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US

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IN 2017, en-US Denver voters approved the Denver en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US1en-US 27 en-USROOT Green Roofs to Greenish en-USBuildingsen-USBy Kathryn Landers en-USKATHRYN LANDERSen-US en-USis earning her master’s in landscape architecture at the University of en-US Colorado Denver. Her background is in art history and studio art and with 5-plus years of professional en-US landscaping experience, she is focused on living architecture that merge the build and natural world. en-US When not focusing on her studies, Kathryn enjoys skiing, playing tennis, reading cookbooks and cooking en-US delicious dishes.

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USABOVE: en-USen-US en-US en-USPhoto by Tatum Moorer. 29 en-USROOT For now, the city must settle en-USfor an interim solution that en-US does not oer the promised en-US benets of true green roof en-US implementation.

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en-USen-US Barstnar, K., & Rietheimer, B. en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US About Green Roofs. en-USen-US en-US en-USWORKS CITEDen-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US CBSDenver. en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US Task Force Members. en-USen-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-USen-US 47-2181 Roofers. en-USen-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 30 en-USROOT ABOVE: en-USen-US en-USPhoto by Jana Raines.

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en-USLARIMER SQUAREen-US is known as Denver’s en-US oldest Historic block. Saved from Urban en-US renewal in the 1960’s by Dana Crawford, en-US Larimer Square kept most of the original en-US en-US Larimer Square is in the top ten places to visit en-US en-US en-US en-US this block started about a year ago in February en-US en-US en-US buildings being added to increase density, en-US which would also change the essence of en-US Larimer Square forever. I do not agree with an en-US increase in density at this historically preserved en-US site, however Larimer Square needs major en-US improvements. If we want more people and en-US en-US I believe the street should be permanently en-US en-US square, for the people and visitors of Denver. en-US en-US have pushed for urban renewal. Urban Villages, en-US a developer who partnered with Larimer en-US Associates on this redevelopment venture en-US en-US en-US en-US1en-US Each of the two Larimer Square: A Place for the en-USPeopleen-US en-USBy Soa Bruni en-USSOFIA BRUNIen-US en-USis a recent graduate of the Master of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 31 en-USROOT

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buildings proposed were to exceed the height en-USen-US en-US en-US [to] be revitalized and refurbished to become a en-US en-US2en-USen-US this sounds like nice improvements, there could en-US be serious repercussions with a development en-US on this scale in a historic district. One major en-US repercussion of this proposal, and what got so en-US many members of the community in outrage, en-US en-US easily negated. Dana Crawford, the block’s en-US en-US en-US the block’s integrity and scale, reduce the en-US historic buildings to kitschy, storefront facades, en-US and open Pandora’s box on the future of more en-US than 400 historic landmarks and districts in en-US en-US3en-USen-US over Larimer Square, which have been in place en-US for longer than 50 years, if changed can set the en-US en-US across Denver.en-US Larimer Associates and Urban Villages ended en-US up pausing their redevelopment plan due to en-US en-US en-US owner of the block since 1993 stated the goal en-US en-US plan that helps both preserve Larimer Square’s en-US en-US en-US4en-US en-US en-US en-US give the community a place to share thoughts en-US and ideas for the area. It remains to be en-US seen if they will take any of the community’s en-US en-US making it a public open space, more human en-US scale, and a more walkable place.en-US Seeing these comments reignited the idea of en-US en-US for people; closing it down to vehicles and en-US allowing pedestrian movement to become en-US the primary driver. One of the partners from en-US en-US to see this iconic block fall into disrepair or en-US become a stagnant museum, so change in some en-US en-US4en-USen-US for pedestrians is exactly the kind of change en-US en-US turning Larimer Square into a pedestrian Square en-US en-US en-US to adjacent streets, as it has done for temporary en-US events the Square currently has, like the Chalk en-US en-US en-US concept of a pedestrian street is already being en-US implemented during these events. en-US en-US much more achievable and feasible idea than en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US3en-US for the new en-USCreating a public space for en-US pedestrians is exactly the kind en-US of change Larimer Square en-US needs. en-USABOVE: en-USen-US en-US 32 en-USROOT

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development, which leaves some hope for these en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US a Larimer Square for the peopleen-US. en-US1. en-USGounley, Thomas.en-US en-US en-US en-US new-buildings-along-block/.en-US 2. en-USHayes, Jennifer.en-USen-US -en-US orado Real Estate Journal, Colorado Real Estate Journal, 5 Mar. en-US en-US 3. en-USGounley, Thomas.en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US-en-US cussing-larimer-squares-future-disbands-without-consensus/.en-US 4. en-USRubino, Joe.en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US -en-US cuss-idea/.en-USWORKS CITED 33 en-USROOT Artist: Kevin Small

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A Conversation with Dick Farley en-USInterviewed & Transcribed by Tatum Moorer en-USTATUM MOORERen-US en-USis currently earning her Master’s in Landscape Architecture at the University en-US of Colorado Denver. Raised in Colorado, she earned her B.A. in Interior Design with an emphasis on en-US interior architecture and explored a variety of professional avenues before serving the United States en-US Peace Corps as an environment volunteer. Upon returning, Tatum decided to pursue her masters as she en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USRICHARD C. FARLEYen-US , en-USalso known as Dick, is an urban designer who specializes in dense, walkable, en-US mixed-use projects and plans. He is well versed in all aspects of urban design including physical/land en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US is a member of several community and city-oriented planning groups, including the Golden Triangle en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US 35 en-USROOT

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You started out in architecture and did that en-USfor 13 years, was that predominantly here in en-US Colorado or did you move around? þ Mostly here in Colorado, I was in a en-USen-US the end. I got two degrees in architecture, a en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US two.en-USen-US þ en-USin Wisconsin. My wife and I were both from en-US en-US wanted to be somewhat close. We lived near en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US suburbs. en-USIn all your years, did you have a preference of en-US en-US þ My in terests varied a lot. I think that en-USen-US but working for a public client as opposed en-US en-US en-US you can actually do architecture and solve a en-US en-US en-US urban design.en-USen-US en-US þ en-USen-US en-US Detroit as an urban designer working on their en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US was becoming unruly, so we moved and I got en-US en-US en-US en-US that was why I went back to get my masters.en-USen-US en-US þ I was hired to be the head of the en-USen-US which brought design into policies such as en-US neighborhood planning and the downtown en-US en-US en-US airport, so I was involved in the urban design en-US of that strip of land out to the airport. þ The old railroads downtown had been en-USen-US of the urban design planning for what is now en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US þ en-USen-US en-US en-US terms of building form, looking at streets and en-US en-US I was the urban designer on all the viaduct en-US replacement projects across the valley so I was en-US working with the engineers and the consultants, en-US trying to get the design of those viaducts to be a en-US design that would encourage the development en-US en-US en-US to get art embedded in these designs as well. þ I had a hand in bridge designs that en-UShad wide sidewalks wherever I could; such as en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US a lifeline between the valley and downtown for en-US en-US en-US bring that down but got wide sidewalks on both en-US sides as far as I could, and during game days en-US þ I was always trying to connect downtown en-USto the neighborhoods, it was before the idea of en-US en-US that there would be anybody that would ever en-US en-US vehicles with the pedestrians and that sooner or en-US 36 en-USROOT

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en-USen-US þ en-USen-US en-US to create the places that we design. Civitas en-US developed the zoning districts, more of the en-US mixed-use and the districts of the old zoning en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US zoning. en-USen-US Civitas?en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US because you know the process or you know en-US en-US en-US en-US had good bosses. þ There was a lot of room for urban en-USen-US was there because a zoning ordinance was en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US requirements, or needed requirements, for en-US en-US and a lot of city projects that needed a hand en-US in deciding what design worked best. The en-US en-US en-US and the form base code really brought it into an en-US en-US reduced, if not eliminated, all of the necessary en-US en-US þ en-USGreat Recession which put a hold on almost en-US all development, it really broke free and used en-US a code that was developer-friendly; it was en-US clear you can do this inside that envelope you en-US en-US en-US and density because whatever you want to en-US en-US envelopes were already related to form and en-US addressed to street and things like that, there en-US en-US can follow it easier and in that respect it was en-US certainly more owner and developer friendly en-US then the previous ones. þ With all this pent-up demand, it en-USkind of exploded and there are a number of en-US circumstances that led to this explosion of en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US those project investments are gradually paying en-US en-US used to be.en-US While at Civitas you were a principal for 8 years, en-US en-US þ I was hired as an urban designer, that was en-USen-US en-US I mean we went and competed for work. We en-US worked on projects around the country and en-US en-US have to market. We have to run projects in a en-US business-like way and presumably not lose en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US on a total project.en-US þ en-US“I like the idea that you can en-US actually do architecture and en-US solve a problem at the same en-US time.” en-USABOVE: en-US Envelope House, drawn by Dick Farley 37 en-USROOT

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thought that it would be best for me and best for en-USCivitas to lighten their load in terms of Principle en-US en-US en-US en-US designer and that has worked great. Civitas has en-US en-US and I do a lot of work with Civitas as another en-US designer consultant and with a few other en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US yourself? þ en-USmyself, whatever kind of work wanders in the en-US en-US en-US studio inside their building and I work with them en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US up to do a lot of big urban design projects. I en-US en-US en-USen-US þ One c areer highlight is the Central en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US puddles of space and parking. The plan was en-US en-US en-US it. þ When I w as at Civitas, I set up probably en-USen-US and its old ordinance for a Highland Garden en-US en-US en-US realm of that development and I worked en-US on one of the parks. I saw the fact that the en-US en-US en-US en-US þ en-USgood about. Civitas did the open space and the en-US urban design; I did a lot of urban design on that en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US to know what was going to happen and how it is en-US going to happen.en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US þ Placemaking; I really wanted to make a en-USclear place. The physical environment became en-US en-US people would want to be there, and there would en-US en-US en-US en-US to create things with data and evidence-based en-US“There’s something about a en-US place that aects you, aects en-US you psychologically and in my en-US view, it’s an art, “en-USABOVE: en-US 38 en-USROOT

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US have to convince somebody. However, I think en-US en-US is to observe and to draw. I like to sketch and en-US draw. Placing yourself in a place all of a sudden, en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US having to create a survey and to turn that into a en-US en-USen-US þ en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US to this.en-USen-US en-US en-US þ I think that you have to do some overall en-USanalysis, you have to get a sense of the form of en-US en-US where you look at sub-areas, edges barriers, en-US paths, views, gateways, topographies, etc., en-US and they give you an overall idea of the form of en-US the place and then you start conceptualizing. þ To conceptualize I break spaces down en-USen-US various systems might interact; I start to pull en-US apart the systems, pull apart the streets and en-US the pedestrian, then the bicycle routes and en-US en-US en-US one might be the form or the density, but then en-US en-US to pull them apart and when you layer them en-US over again you get to see what made that en-US en-US en-US and look at the “what if” scenarios. To me, en-US en-US en-US think that you have to start at the bigger level en-US to understand it and understand the overall en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US þ en-USen-US en-US en-US crumbling, and there was a fair amount of en-US disinvestment and crime, a lot of gang violence en-US en-US to get investors into the neighborhoods to en-US improve them, put money into them and to en-US en-US that, not only with direct investment into the en-US en-US economic development and with the planning. en-US en-US en-US well before any of the kind of hyper investment en-US en-US en-US en-US“There’s a lot of eort to create en-US things with data and evidence-en-US based design and that’s all en-US useful, but I think it all boils down en-US to observation.” en-USABOVE: en-US Castle Rock Downtown, drawn by Dick Farley 39 en-USROOT

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þ en-UShave to be built in order keep people in their en-US en-US en-US to renovate and add-on to their house then en-US en-US dwelling units, so that someone who wants en-US to hold on to their home might have another en-US income that would help them stay there. There en-US are obvious downsides to that as folks who en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US þ en-USen-US en-US to educate them while they educate us, as it is en-US a two-way street, about the physical character en-US of the neighborhood. This way they know what en-US their physical advantages, disadvantages and en-US en-US and then we can help them understand what en-US en-US threats there might be from zoning. We then en-US bring in some developers for forums to help en-US the neighborhoods understand what drives en-US developers and how developers think and en-US þ en-USis within the West Denver Renaissance en-US en-US en-US use for that neighborhood in order to help en-US en-US neighborhood, the housing is all siding and en-US en-US en-US coming from the light rail stops that are along en-US the edge of the park. There are large lots with en-US en-US ripe for being bought and scraped for larger en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US þ en-UShelpful, hopeful but if you mean in terms en-US of the public realm and the city then there is en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US to work together Public works has had a en-US planning arm to it, which is always good, but en-US for some reason public works and the planning en-US en-US en-US en-US if you have a project that has to cross all those en-US þ On the one hand we get the Public en-USWorks who has a set of standards about en-US sidewalks, and then we have parks with a set en-US of standards about street trees and sidewalks. en-US en-US en-US streetscape or a consistent approach to cafe en-US en-US wind up with cafe corrals taking up two-thirds en-US of the sidewalk, pushing the pedestrian out to en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US consistent streetscapes is if you hire somebody en-US en-US they develop a consistent streetscape, but this en-US þ en-USMall is another example where the city and/or en-US RTD has latched on to a criteria; they have set en-US en-US en-US it gets to the curb for the bus lane. People can en-US en-US en-US en-US rebuild it, when in fact they could just simply say en-US“en-US...that kind of criteria just drives en-US me crazy because it’s engineer en-US thinking, instead of asking if en-US that criteria is manageable and en-US doing something about thaten-US .” en-USABOVE: en-US Montana Grainen-US en-USElen-US een-US vator, drawn by Dick Farley 40 en-USROOT

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en-USen-US en-US There are other reasons, I think the paving has en-US always been a problem, but that kind of criteria en-US en-US thinking, instead of asking if that criteria is en-US en-US If the median in the center between bus lanes is en-US en-US is a socially one, not a physical one meaning en-US en-US en-US the median then taking it out and adding to the en-US þ I unde rstand that street people see the en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US of the storefronts, then we will have to spend an en-US enormous amount of money to remove it. This en-US en-US to understand what it takes to maintain, police en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Mall. þ en-USen-US en-US Most of those businesses were already weak en-US en-US en-US to happen again because the businesses along en-US the mall are not all that strong even now.en-USen-US en-US en-US displacement of people? þ Well, I think that we are subject to en-USforces that we are unable to control. For en-US en-US plan; you work with the right neighborhood en-US en-US that organizes a density in one area and a en-US en-US a notable use of space here or suggest en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US everybody would just kind of ignore this place en-US and the values will stay the same and you en-US en-US the other hand, neighborhoods want to have en-US a plan so they know what it can be expected en-US and that developers know what is expected en-US from them in terms of the neighborhood (and en-US en-US en-USen-US þ en-USen-US can give to people whose rents have gone up. en-US There is a federal program that reimburses en-US property owners for rent they otherwise en-US would lose for low income persons, called en-US en-US program like that. What I think it means is an en-US awful lot more governmental involvement in en-US order to subsidized low-income persons to live en-US in neighborhoods where the rent and property en-US values are going up. Denver is a western city, en-US in a capitalist country, so capitalism and the en-US small government is the model as opposed en-US to a more socialist government that would en-US support people and their need for rent or en-US en-US þ en-UScan work on great designs that are of quality en-US en-US en-US to really solve the problem. With the cost of en-US en-US to fabricate things to bring the cost down and en-US en-US en-US as long as land cost are high, and the value of en-US money is high, you may not make much of a en-US dent in the overall costs, you may make some, but not as much as you want. þ þ en-USen-US designers need to be smart and clever, they en-US need to really create houses and apartments en-US en-US“You can’t sacrice the art en-US and the aspect of design... the en-US understanding of how the life, en-US the sun, the air move in through en-US ventilation and how the spaces en-US themselves aect you.” 41 ROOT

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en-USen-US the understanding of how the life, the sun, the en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US meet a square foot cost; you have to do both. en-US en-US en-US we need to think about how apartments and en-US houses are laid out, so designers have a real en-US en-US neighborhoods from gentrifying and people en-US being displace.en-USen-US civitasinc.com/dick-farley/. en-US en-US dickfarley.com/about-dick/. en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US “Galleries.” Dick Farley, dickfarley.com/galleren-US -en-US ies/. en-US en-US en-US com/dick-farley/. en-USWORKS CITED 42 en-USROOT

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en-USNIGHTTIMEen-US Enter the Edge Cityen-USBy Julia Dullien en-USJULIA DULLIENen-US en-USgraduated in 2018 with a dual Master in Landscape Architecture and Urban en-US and Regional Planning. These days, she works in Boulder as a landscape designer and just about en-US 45 en-USROOT Orange en-US smoke glows above a woman in her RV sunk in the weeds. She nods to the en-US smokestack. Mhmhm, same old orange. Below the erect McDonalds sign, street lamps glow as ghost lights for night travelers. en-US Around that corner is a bar en-US “BBQ AND DANCING.” en-US Should have drank my beer there.

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en-US46en-USROOT And in the warm window, Our Lady of Guadalupe whispers, “good night my dears, good night” en-US but the neon cross outside en-US is wide awake. en-US en-US “We can’t sleep, en-US en-US we can’t sleep.” en-US From the homes, neighbors peer at the white girl taking pictures of the fence en-US their rocking chair en-US en-US Why always taking pictures of the lawns? They shake their headsen-US en-US Trailers pulling cows bellowing at high speeds. en-US Below the overpass two teenagers walk. Shaking paint cans with nervous cockiness side-stepping en-US a tumbleweed that got lost on the breeze to nowhere. en-US By the river, rough wind roams on the water. In its wake are sleeping geese en-US now coated with dust. A man, with a skateboard and a mask, stalks through the cat-tails, he is en-US on his way to something dark en-US en-US Something with bacon in it is what the workers at the gas plant want, their stomach aching for 5 am at the Butcher Block en-US Cafe. But the chef will miss his alarm, and Adrianna only knows en-US

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TREES en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US What Does Your Water Grow? en-USBy Anna Bierbrauer en-USANNA BIERBRAUERen-US en-USis a second-year PhD student in Design and Planning studying changing urban en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 47 en-USROOT

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en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USLEFT: en-USA shaded drive en-US in the West Highland en-US neighborhood with 33% en-US tree coverage. en-US en-USPhoto by en-US en-USABOVE: en-US Many are drawn to the look and ease of maintenance of en-US turf grass.en-US en-US en-USen-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US 48 en-USROOT

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Dear Future MLA Student en-USBy Aneliya Bargon en-USANELIYA BARGONen-US en-UShas a passion for design that started in her home country of Bulgaria, where en-US she earned her Bachelor’s degree of Landscape Architecture. She believes that landscape architects not en-US en-US other species. Her career goal is to preserve natural resources and improve the environment through en-US 53 en-USROOT Dear Future MLA Student, en-USen-US Luther King Jr once said: “Darkness cannot en-US drive out darkness; only light can do that. en-US Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do en-US that.” But can you love someone or something en-US en-US Luther King Jr. was referring to racial inequality, en-US his words are very powerful in the context of en-US en-US en-US and the Earth. Most of us are born, raised and en-US spend the greatest part of our lives in these en-US en-US have become disconnected with what surrounds en-US en-US species other than humans, or the Earth, to en-US en-US en-US way we treat the environment. A lot of people en-US en-US of the city and explore for themselves. Also, a en-US en-US of access to green spaces within the city.en-US en-US And this is why I am for landscape architecture en-US that:en-US en-US en-US en-US adults: to enjoy the outdoors, to learn about en-US species other than humans, to explore, to en-US experience and to enjoy the other than built-up en-US en-US search, gain knowledge and educate ourselves en-US about who and what else are we sharing the en-US en-US future. A future where we value, improve and en-US en-US en-US I am for landscape architecture that creates en-US en-US en-US culture and diversity of all kinds, and also en-US places which inspire. Inspire us to learn about en-US one another and love one another and our en-US surroundings.

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57 en-USROOT CASSIDY BOWMAN en-US is earning her master’s in landscape architecture at en-US the University of Colorado Denver. Her background is in urban planning,en-US en-USshe en-US en-US en-US en-USRIO DULANEYen-USen-US landscape architecture at the University of Colorado Denver. With a en-US background in art history, studio art and environmental studies, she aspires en-US en-US en-USCOVERen-US anden-US en-USpageen-US en-US11 & 12.en-US KORTNEY HARRISen-US en-USis earning her dual master’s in both landscape en-US architecture and urban and regional planning at the University of Colorado en-US en-US the architecture realm. She aspires to design urban spaces using equity and en-US en-US en-US Interior Front Coveren-US.en-US KATHRYN LANDERSen-US is earning her master’s in landscape architecture en-US en-US years of professional landscaping experience, she is focused on living en-US en-US be seen on theen-US en-USInterior Back Coveren-US.en-USArtist Biographies

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58 en-USROOT BRITTANY DUNCAN en-US is a recent graduate of the Master of Landscape en-US Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver. She earned her en-US en-US en-US seen on en-US pageen-US en-US55 & 56en-US .en-US KARRIN LARSONen-US is a cadet in the U.S. Army currently serving in en-US en-US at the CU Denver. She earned her bachelor’s in landscape design and en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USpage 8en-US.en-US KENDRICK WYMANen-US en-USen-US Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver. en-US en-US en-US en-US on en-USpageen-US en-US43 & 44en-US .en-US KEVIN SMALLen-US en-USis earning his master’s in landscape architecture at en-US the University of Colorado Denver. He earned his bachelor’s in business en-US en-US en-US en-US en-USpageen-US en-US33 & 34en-US .

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