Newsletter | Mar/Apr 2014

50,000 Trees

by Jean Nilsson, Ed.

Sarah Moos' Forest Buffer, a corridor of CO2 sequestering trees

Sarah Moos, a new member to OWA and an Associate at Bionic, a landscape architecture and planning firm based in San Francisco, spoke on April 7 at ASLA@Berkeley's Professional Speaker Series.

50,000 Trees, Sarah’s graduate project, was recently published in the online Scenario 05 Journal: Building the Urban Forest.

Sarah has been recognized for her critical analysis, design, and urban scale thinking in the Samsung Everland Landscape Design Awards and the International Architectural Thesis Awards, among other honors. She holds two master’s degrees, in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, from the University of California, Berkeley.

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