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In a follow up to his Society for Ecological Restoration presentation on The Challenges of Maintaining Living Systems, FTLA Ecology Expert Steve Allison shares his thoughts on maintaining bioretention facilities. Bioretention facilities have fast become an answer for problematic stormwater runoff in our cities locally and nationally.  These living systems are an opportunity to create a […]

FTLA’s dedication to the community in which we live, work, and play extends well beyond our organizational initiatives, such as our Community Grows Here program. Many of our staff members are committed to improving our local community through personal, individual contributions. Every quarter we will acknowledge the work of one of our staff members and […]

April is Landscape Architecture Month as well as the month we celebrate ecology with Earth Day. It is an appropriate time to celebrate Floura Teeter Landscape Architects’ sustainability initiatives. As landscape architects, we are trained to be stewards of the planet. That translates beyond our daily work creating ecologically healthy communities to our partnerships with […]

Everyone who interacts with children knows that they need to go outside to play. A well designed play area can provide physical activity and develop socialization, cooperation and negotiation skills. However, the bulk of play areas today feature manufactured equipment which dictate activities and direct the play narrative, limiting imaginative and self-directed play. A new […]

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