september-october 2017


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plant focused

Each site presents a different set of challenges and opportunities when it comes to planting design, and Bluegreen responds with an intensive study of native and naturalized plant communities partnered with innovative design thinking. Recent projects have spurred investigations into plant sociability, root system interaction, and deployment of landscape archetypes for different programmatic and experiential functions. The varying microclimates of the Mountain West offer endless inspiration and opportunity to explore new planting ideas. Resources for planting theory and information:

Missouri Botanical Garden Plant Finder

Planting in a Post- Wild World

ACES
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Long a supporter of the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, including recent pro-bono work at their Hallam Lake educational center, Principal Sheri Sanzone lends her expertise as a new member of the non-profit’s board.  ACES provides programs in environmental science and ecological literacy while pursuing its mission to inspire life-long commitment to Earth stewardship.   

Click here to learn more about ACES

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kate
bolton

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Bluegreen welcomes Kate Bolton to the studio! Kate has a Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver and a Bachelor of Science in Ecological Design from the University of Vermont. She is thrilled to return to the Roaring Fork Valley and to contribute to exciting new projects.

Click here to learn more about Kate

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phone: 970/429-7499        fax: 970/429-9499
info@bluegreenaspen.com     www.bluegreenaspen.com
 

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