Landscape Architect & Specifier News

JAN 2019

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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10 Publisher's Letter Sustaining Sustainability 12 Hardscapes More Than Just a Parking Lot 16 Playgrounds The Nature Playground at Frisco Lake Park 20 Shopper's Spotlight 78 Marketplace 97 Ad Index 99 Shopping & Information Request Card 116 Stewardship Healing a Landscape LASN and/or the publisher supports the following associations through either the payment of dues, discounted advertising or paid trade show exhibit space: American Fence Association • International Erosion Control Association • Texas Nursery and Landscape Association • American Society of Landscape Architects • Building Industry Association • Golf Course Superintendents Association of America • Green Industry Hall of Fame • International Dark Sky Association • Irrigation Association • Landscape Architecture Foundation • CLASS Fund • National Recreation and Parks Association • National Trust for Historic Preservation • Professional Grounds Management Society • Sierra Club • Arbor Day Foundation • Smithsonian • The Nature Conservancy • International Society of Arboriculture Editorial Contributors Lisa Donnelly, City of Olathe; Andrea Klabanova, Blue Medium; Kate Cerone, WPL Landscape Architecture; Jordan Wilkinson, DG2 Design Landscape Architecture; Sam Lovall, PEA, Inc.; Treva Formby, Marathon Petroluem Company LP; Dianne Martin, ASTI Environmental; Sharon Elliott, SITE RESOURCES, INC.; David Aquilina, Strategic Storyteller; Leo Urban, Urban Associates, Inc.; Keith Oliver, InSites; Elaine Kearney, Columbia Green Technologies; Molly Meyer, Rooftop Green Works; Steve Maria, Gibraltar Landscape and Construction; Aanchal Desai, Dodge Data & Analytics; Richard Harrison, Rick Harrison Site Design Studio; Clayton Varick, Land Expressions LLC; Bill Higgins, Sutera USA 8 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 70 SERC Proposals Wanted 70 Green Roof Study 71 Cornell's New Trail 72 Whiting Forest Installs Permeable Path Cover Photo: This storm-resilient park rests along the East River in New York. Designed by SWA/ Balsley, the park works with the river to mitigate the effects of hurricanes and flooding disasters. SUSTAINABLE DESIGN PLUS GREEN ROOF STUDY, P. 70 ULI'S NEW LEADERS, P. 74 SHANGHAI LIMITS POPULATION, P. 75 ON THE COVER: Hurricane-Proof Park, p 22 Researching Soil Types of Rain Gardens, p 30 Habitats for Wildlife, p 42 w w w . l a n d s c a p e o n l i n e . c o m THE INDUSTRY TRADE MAGAZINE FOR COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE SPECIFIERS NATIONWIDE! Volume 35, Number 01 January 2019 departments | news | marketplace c o n t e n t s departments news Find Us Online: @LandscapeASN @LASNMagazine @Landscape Architect and Specifier News @LandscapeASN p. 116 p. 12 p. 12 76 Cal Students Construct Sustainable Street Furniture 76 Copenhagen's New Stormwater Filtration System

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