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Stressful for most, painful and tragic for others. There were some bright spots, however. People spent more time outdoors, the air we breathe became cleaner, we found new ways to connect with one another, and, we learned ways to adapt public space to accommodate a wider range of activities. The pandemic has provided a unique opportunity to re-think how we move through public space. Join our deep dive into the ways parks and public space design might evolve due to what Covid-19 has taught us





Emily Blackwell, PLA, ASLA, CLARB
Project Manager, Landscape Architecture







Chad Parker, AIA LEED BD+C
Managing Director, Principal