And for this, our first ever episode, we are setting the bar high with our guest. I have personally watched and admired the work of Jane Findlay from afar for many years, and I was delighted when I saw the announcement during the lockdown in June, that she had become President of the Landscape Institute.
We’re going to be looking at, how we as professionals can actively promote green infrastructure and its importance to how we live, work and play and what steps the Landscape Institute are taking to inspire great places.
Introducing to you the President of the Landscape Institute, Director of Fira Landscape Architects and someone who truly has a passion for promoting the psychological and physical benefits that quality landscape design plays in our everyday lives... Jane Findlay
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