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Sustainable Growth and Redevelopment of Wadena: Evoking a Meaningful Change

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Title: Sustainable Growth and Redevelopment of Wadena: Evoking a Meaningful Change
Author: Jones, Adam
Abstract: The general public often delude themselves into thinking that the landscapes we design are implicitly sustainable, though they frequently are not. We, as designers, must make known, and take responsibility for, the implications of our work. By dedicating ourselves to the principles of sustainable landscape construction, we are able to design in ways to work with nature, not against it. As professionals, we have the ability to positively influence not only the environment, but also the perceptions of our clients and the general public. Through the design and redevelopment of a community devastated by natural disaster, I hope to reinforce the sense of community to ultimately strengthen the quality of life within.
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Wadena (Minn.)
Landscape architecture.
Sustainable architecture.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16892

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