"The struggle is only as real as the limitations you encourage."
"What you have done for yourself alone dies with you; what you have done for others and the world remains."
"A community-oriented work environment has prepared me for my future career."
"The first step in improving the world is improving oneself"
"I believe if life gives you lemons, make lemonade... However if you have Tequila and Triple Sec make Margaritas."
"The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you." (B.B. King)
MARCH / MUD
"I'm here to establish a better understanding of what it takes to improve the attitude people have towards their community"
"Landscape Architects have a commitment to create innovative design solutions for spaces that stimulate, educate, and promote a healthy lifestyle."
MUD / MLA
"Creating socially inclusive space through Landscape Architecture and Urban Design."
"To improve the health and wellness of people through the built environment by creating spaces that facilitate community support, collaboration and development."
"I work at CCCD to promote active and healthy youth, to engage small towns in community-based design, and to work with people from a variety of disciplines."
"Designing the spaces that people inhabit wields a lot of power, and I think we can affect positive change through landscape architecture."
MSHP / MURP
"From where will a renewal come to use, to us who have devastated the whole earthly globe? Only from the past if we love it." (Simone Weil)
"Gaining experience in an architecture office to further my skills in my career."
"As Landscape Architects, we have the knowledge and responsibility to create healthy and functional landscapes for a healthier future."
"Landscape Architects can affect the health of our population and our planet by designing spaces that encourage fitness and promote a connection with nature. Plus, plants are cool!"
"Increasing sustainability and design quality in community and public design."
MARCH / MLA
"Incorporate passive / sustainable strategies into a public interest vernacular architecture."