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    • Healing an Environment and Feeding a Population 

      Pai, Mohan (2012)
      The intent of this design thesis is to examine a sustainable solution for an urban plan in southwest Fargo that includes using urban agriculture as a tool to encourage recycling gray water and promoting a solution to the ...
    • Healing Heights 

      Krause, Bailey (2014)
      This thesis examines reasons why the Children’s Hospital Minneapolis campus is a location that benefits from a therapeutic green roof. Healing Heights will bring meaning and life to an otherwise conventional roof that is ...
    • Healing Life 

      Ketterling, Kristen (2012)
      This project aims to explore the design of healing gardens with plant materials and paths, as well as the role they play in the healing process. Landscape architects have the ability and knowledge to create usable spaces ...
    • Heritage | Heart of the Community 

      Pojanowski, Christa (2012)
      This thesis explores small urban city revitalization. When small cities outlast the function of their own infrastructure, city revitalization needs to focus on how the city is functioning overall. City infrastructure is ...
    • Hippotherapy Sensory Trails in Stewartville, MN 

      Long, Madison (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      This thesis will focus on healthcare and therapeutic design with the major focus being hippo-therapy trails for young individuals with anxiety, depression and Sensory Processing Disorder. Hippo-therapy or equine therapy ...
    • Hollowed Ground 

      Gustafson, Danielle (2012)
      This research explores how to enhance relationships between wetlands and toxic mining sites using phytoremediation. By creating a site that is interactive for visitors, it is intended to educate and enrich their experiences ...
    • HOLOSCENE: High Performance Landscape Systems 

      Hefti, Vanessa (2012)
      This work studies landscape infrastructural solutions to community health. It addresses the health, sustainability, and resilience of habitated environments. The work suggests an interconnected working landscape system of ...
    • Hospital Gardens & Therapeutic Spaces 

      Yokom, Alicia (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      The Great Plains Region in the United States has over 3,000 hospitals and clinics. Many lacking the outdoor amenities useful to individuals year-round. This study will focus on placing those amenities at the Sanford Medical ...
    • The Human Senses: Designing Beyond Intuition 

      Lipatan, April (2013)
      This thesis project will explore how multi-sensory experiences can be merged with landscape architecture as a supplement to communicate the meaning of place. The problem of landscape architects not fully understanding the ...
    • An Immersive Sensory Experience: Revitalizing Touchmark Senior Living Community 

      Minette, Morgan (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      This thesis project focuses on providing a unique sensory expereince for residents, employees, and visitors at Touchmark at Harwood Groves, a local senior living community. This is a large complex that houses independent ...
    • Improving Physical Health 

      Mauel, Sarah (2012)
      Urban environments designed with the pedestrian as the primary user encourage more physical activity and promote lifelong physical health. The obesity rate in the United States for adults “eighteen and older tripled from ...
    • In the Loop: Making Historically Conscious Pedestrian Connections 

      Tomkinson, Christopher (2016)
      Connecting green spaces, and providing meaningful and convenient pedestrian passage are two ideas that push sustainability, encourage community activity, and create a more enjoyable environment for the users. This is the ...
    • Instascape: Employing Social Media to Connect the Physical and Cultural Environment in Duluth’s Downtown Waterfront 

      Van Der Hagen, Jordan (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Eisenhower’s great uniting Interstate Highway System may have brought many communities closer to each other, but in many instances, severed them internally. We see this problem in the city of Duluth, Minnesota. The central ...
    • Isolated Urban Places & Spaces: A Rails-With-Trails Solution (Fargo, ND) 

      Bossert, Alex (2012)
      This thesis focuses on exploring the question: how can a pedestrian trail along an active railway corridor unite several isolated areas of a city? The typology for exploring this project is an urban railway system that ...
    • Kansas City, Kansas: A Center for Community & Culture 

      Dahl, Elizabeth (2013)
      Community spaces play an important role in the success of a city and it’s inhabitants. They become the foundation to which those living and visiting in the area come together and communicate. They offer opportunities to ...
    • Lakeshore Design Intervention 

      Miller, Jacob (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      This study will quantify the Minnesota County's concerns with shoreline development and private landowner's concerns with the unauthorized use of purchased land due to regulations and wildlife preservation. This study ...
    • Land of 10,000 Dying Lakes: Designing for Sustainable Water Management Through Wetland Conservation and Public Recreation 

      Unruh, Zachary (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      In 2017, 169 harmful algal blooms were reported nation-wide. Existing in all water body types, saltwater or freshwater, this number is increasing every year, and Minnesota is no exception. In the land of 10,000 lakes, ...
    • Landfill re-morial : a postmodern reclamation of the City of Fargo landfill 

      Okigbo, Kene (2015)
      This thesis takes a quantitative look at closed landfills to determine a feasible and sustainable solution that can be used in the City of Fargo Landfill, which is expected to close between 2019 and 2023 without a post-closure ...
    • Learning from the 'Lost Forty' 

      Kummet, Shawn (2012)
      This thesis focuses on the reimagining of Riverside Park in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, to incorporate the principles of successional ecosystems found in the “Lost Forty” to produce a demonstration park that promotes walkability ...
    • Learning to Play in Nature; an Urban Playground for Adolescents 

      Gurath, Priscilla (2013)
      This project examines the problems surrounding the increase in adverse health related issues directly relating to the decrease in society’s physical activity and exercise opportunities for adolescents in their immediate ...