This year’s awards theme for the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Idaho/Montana chapter was “Impact Growth.” Given the need to responsibly and thoughtfully develop green spaces in our rapidly growing urban areas, this was a timely topic at the chapter’s biennial conference. Speakers discussed urban development, wetlands, national parks, and landscape architecture’s role in helping to shape both urban and rural areas.
Angela Hansen, a landscape architect who grew up in Idaho and has been with CTA/Cushing Terrell for 13 years, was on hand to accept two ASLA awards for projects she led that demonstrated responsible, impactful design principles.
Angela Hansen, far right, joins fellow landscape architects as they celebrate the projects recognized as part of the ASLA ID MT awards.
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