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MON-D06 Planning and Design for a Dynamic Senior Lifestyle in the 21st Century

Bryan David Stumpf, AICP

Good discussion detailing the process of how the project came to fruition. I would have liked to see more focus on how the project is meeting the needs of seniors.
MON-C09 The Wilds: Integrating Natural Systems and Outdoor Learning Environments

Patricia Tyson, AICP

Disappointing that the designers did not use bmps even as the sites they described with adjacent or near San Francisco Bay.
MON-C04 The Stapleton Story: From Vision to Reality

Bryan David Stumpf, AICP

Great session about a landmark project. I appreciated the candid discussion and varying perspectives brought by the speakers.
MON-B10 Behind the Scenes of Wetland Restoration: Critical Roles for Landscape Architects

Patricia Tyson, AICP

Very interesting panel and provocative ways to be effective in early stages of planning large scale projects.
MON-B04 Designed Ecology: The Art and Science of Meadows, Grasslands, and Woodlands

Patricia M. O'Donnell, AICP

Good panel with diverse viewpoints.
MON-B04 Designed Ecology: The Art and Science of Meadows, Grasslands, and Woodlands

Bryan David Stumpf, AICP

Very good session on integrating natural ecosystems into large open spaces.
MON-A09 Bridging Science and Design: Ecologists Reflect on Constructing Habitats

Patricia Tyson, AICP

The BEST panel discussion of the Annual Meeting again this year. It is heartening to hear this collaboration between ecology science and designers. ASLA and APA should engage in more of this of this information sharing in order to respond effectively to dimishing natural resources and increasing need.
MON-A05 The Landscape Architect's Role in Policy Development and Implementation

Patricia M. O'Donnell, AICP

Policy translation into legal guidance.
MON-A07 A Critical Look at Retrofitting Suburbia

Bryan David Stumpf, AICP

A very good session providing a critical look at what works and what does not in suburban redevelopment projects across the country.
SUN-B08 Letting the Street Win: Saying No to Donuts

Patricia Tyson, AICP

Very interesting concepts of place making in Seattle. And also interesting techniques to accomplish innovative planning and streetscapes.
SUN-B10 SITES? Lessons Learned from Residential Projects

Adam August Supplee, AICP

SUN-B10 SITES? Lessons Learned from Residential Projects

Brian L. McNellis, AICP

SUN-B11 From Gray to Green: Revitalizing Milwaukee's Industrial Heart

William R. Bryant, AICP

SUN-A10 Put Value to Parks: Economic and Health Benefits

Adam August Supplee, AICP

SUN-A05 30 Years After The Granite Garden: Where Do We Stand?

Stan Clauson, AICP

A good retrospective on a seminal work of planning literature.
SUN-A06 21st Century Stewardship for Master Landscapes

Brian L. McNellis, AICP

SUN-A10 Put Value to Parks: Economic and Health Benefits

William R. Bryant, AICP

Thomas Balsley gave an excellent presentation!
SAT-B07 Stormwater BMP Performance: What Every Landscape Architect Should Know

Adam August Supplee, AICP

SAT-B04 Landscape Architects Take Charge in the City

Patricia M. O'Donnell, AICP

Excellent panel on city shaping efforts and outcomes.
SAT-B11 Breaking Out?Talking Inspiration, Transformation, and Risk

Stan Clauson, AICP

An interesting dialogue among several top professionals.