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Inclusion and Place: Planning and Design for the 21st Century American City

Edna Ledesma, Assistant Professor, Planning and Landscape Architecture Department, UW-Madison

Event Details

Date
Saturday, February 6, 2021
Time
10-11 a.m.
Location
Meeting URL will be sent after registration.
Description
Professor Ledesma’s presentation explores how inclusion in the planning process can build a more pluralistic 21st century city. Drawing from her research, she discusses a collaborative project between academic institutions and local stakeholders that explored the potential restoration of an eight-mile abandoned rail corridor into a new city place designed to address health, mobility, and economic development.
Cost
$10 for public, Free for Friends of the Garden

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