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HUNTSVILLE — Pineview Reservoir is one of the key tourist draws in Weber County, attracting around a million visitors a year, federal officials estimate. But more could be done to enhance its features, to make it more user-friendly, according to an ambit
Pineview Reservoir study proposes dramatic long-term changes to keep pace with use

Pineview Reservoir study proposes dramatic long-term changes to keep pace with use

HUNTSVILLE — Pineview Reservoir is one of the key tourist draws in Weber County, attracting around a million visitors a year, federal officials estimate. But more could be done to enhance its features, to make it more user-friendly, according to an ambit...

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On November 18, 2020, USU Research Landscapes featured David Anderson and Jake Powell of the Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning department to discuss how communities can recognize, strengthen, and defend the key physical and social features t
Finding Our Sense of Place

Finding Our Sense of Place

On November 18, 2020, USU Research Landscapes featured David Anderson and Jake Powell of the Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning department to discuss how communities can recognize, strengthen, and defend the key physical and social features t...

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In part two of our episodes with Jake Powell, an environmental planner with USU’s Department of Landscape Architect and Environmental Planning, he describes how communities can build resilience on both an economical and social level. He delves into the e
Zoned & Watered, Jake Powell explains how policy shapes community

Zoned & Watered, Jake Powell explains how policy shapes community

In part two of our episodes with Jake Powell, an environmental planner with USU’s Department of Landscape Architect and Environmental Planning, he describes how communities can build resilience on both an economical and social level. He delves into the e...

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David Anderson, a landscape architect with USU’s Department of Landscape Architect and Environmental Planning and USU extension, walks us through the difference between an architect, a landscape architect, and a civil engineer. Spoiler, there’s a lot of o
Crafting ideals & outdoor spaces, with Landscape Architect David Anderson

Crafting ideals & outdoor spaces, with Landscape Architect David Anderson

David Anderson, a landscape architect with USU’s Department of Landscape Architect and Environmental Planning and USU extension, walks us through the difference between an architect, a landscape architect, and a civil engineer. Spoiler, there’s a lot of o...

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Jake also walks us through the work of USU Extension generally; how it takes the research out of journals and makes it more accessible to people in their daily lives. And we explore how towns can and should create a vision for their future including the i
Hometowns need vision. Here’s your Helper, with Jake Powell

Hometowns need vision. Here’s your Helper, with Jake Powell

Jake also walks us through the work of USU Extension generally; how it takes the research out of journals and makes it more accessible to people in their daily lives. And we explore how towns can and should create a vision for their future including the i...

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Pause and notice the key items in your community. What makes people visit, stay, engage with the town? Todd Johnson, USU’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning practitioner in residence tunes in with us today, along with graduate student Jim
A New Vision for Downtown Pocatello with Landscape Architecture, Todd Johnson

A New Vision for Downtown Pocatello with Landscape Architecture, Todd Johnson

Pause and notice the key items in your community. What makes people visit, stay, engage with the town? Todd Johnson, USU’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning practitioner in residence tunes in with us today, along with graduate student Jim ...

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Dave Anderson, Dave Evans, and Jake Powell, Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning Extension faculty, received the Community-Engaged Faculty award. The trio was nominated for their extraordinary efforts to serve communities across the Intermounta
Utah State University Awards Community Engagement Champions

Utah State University Awards Community Engagement Champions

Dave Anderson, Dave Evans, and Jake Powell, Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning Extension faculty, received the Community-Engaged Faculty award. The trio was nominated for their extraordinary efforts to serve communities across the Intermounta...

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The Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (LAEP) utilizes the disciplines of design and planning to analyze what the landscapes of Utah are today and to envision and advocate for what they could become in the future
Conservation and Engagement by Design

Conservation and Engagement by Design

The Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (LAEP) utilizes the disciplines of design and planning to analyze what the landscapes of Utah are today and to envision and advocate for what they could become in the future

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The Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism (IORT) at Utah State University is pleased to welcome a new Faculty Fellow ... Jake Powell. The Faculty Fellows program helps to network researchers who want to explore questions about outdoor recreation man
New Faculty Fellow at IORT - Jake Powell

New Faculty Fellow at IORT - Jake Powell

The Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism (IORT) at Utah State University is pleased to welcome a new Faculty Fellow ... Jake Powell. The Faculty Fellows program helps to network researchers who want to explore questions about outdoor recreation man...

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Titled The New Heart, this team designed a green street corridor with the intent to recharge groundwater with treated runoff, reduce impermeable surfaces, retain design storms as required by local municipalities, eliminate the need for supplemental irriga
2018 Campus RainWorks Challenge

2018 Campus RainWorks Challenge

Titled The New Heart, this team designed a green street corridor with the intent to recharge groundwater with treated runoff, reduce impermeable surfaces, retain design storms as required by local municipalities, eliminate the need for supplemental irriga...

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Over the past 45 years, USU’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (LAEP) department and Extension specialists have engaged Utah’s rural communities through a variety of design-based activities. While these projects have contributed to the re
The Impact(s) of Legacy | LAEP

The Impact(s) of Legacy

Over the past 45 years, USU’s Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (LAEP) department and Extension specialists have engaged Utah’s rural communities through a variety of design-based activities. While these projects have contributed to the re...

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Students, professors, and friends of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning recently came together to create a comprehensive plan for the City of Layton during the annual Charrette.
Students and Faculty Work Together for Design Charrette

Students and Faculty Work Together for Design Charrette

Students, professors, and friends of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning recently came together to create a comprehensive plan for the City of Layton during the annual Charrette.

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Following site visits, online meetings with people in the area and countless hours of analyzing information about the landscape, human and animal needs, budget constraints and the local economy, the students presented ideas to more closely connect the cit
USU LAEP Students and Faculty Work to Improve Animal Shelter

USU LAEP Students and Faculty Work to Improve Animal Shelter

Following site visits, online meetings with people in the area and countless hours of analyzing information about the landscape, human and animal needs, budget constraints and the local economy, the students presented ideas to more closely connect the cit...

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Utah State University landscape architecture students are partnering with the City of Pocatello, Idaho, to complete a 2-year visioning project. After discussing the city’s needs with people in the community, the students found that the Portneuf River, par
Aggie Landscape Architecture Students Bring Skills to Pocatello, Idaho

Aggie Landscape Architecture Students Bring Skills to Pocatello, Idaho

Utah State University landscape architecture students are partnering with the City of Pocatello, Idaho, to complete a 2-year visioning project. After discussing the city’s needs with people in the community, the students found that the Portneuf River, par...