Wayne Feiden received the Professional Planner Award from the American Planning Association Massachusetts Chapter. He was noted for his work as the Director of Planning and Sustainability for the City of Northampton among other accomplishments.
Faculty and students in UMass Amherst’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning are envisioning more beautiful, healthy, livable neighborhoods and regions through community-engaged research.
A new online survey led by regional planning students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst seeks Pioneer Valley r
On November 2nd, 2022, PhD Candidate Alexandria 'Ola' Smialek faciliated a small group discussion with the residents of Westfield about Westfield's strengths and weaknesses in a Master Plan workshop.
On October 27th, 2022, BSLA Senior Luviana McLean and Landscape Contracting students Sean Weber and Andrew Wildes received scholarships from hardscape manufacturer, Unilock. The Unilock Paving the Future Scholarship comm
Visiting the Institute of Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Garden Art in Budapest – by Frank Sleegers
Associate Professor Frank Sleegers was invited by the Institute of Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Garden Art in Budapest, Hungary for teaching at their Master’s program in a two- week intensive design workshop in Urban Land
The Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning at the University of Massachusetts is working with the Village of Saxton's River in the Town of Rockingham, Vermont to reimagine the west end of their Main Street which is Ve
We would like to congratulate recent BSLA alumni Andrew Carrano (BSLA '22) for receiving an ASLA Student Honor Award in General Design for his Project titled, "Boston Anthro-zoo Park: redefining zoos as biophilic public space".
Emerita Professor Annaliese Bischoff hosted and produced an outdoor exhibit of her illustrations of local mushrooms titled, "The Roy G. Biv of Fungi".
During the month of September (09/01-09/14), Emerita Professor Annaliese Bischoff hosted and produced an outdoor exhibit of her illustrations of local mushrooms titled, "The Roy G. Biv of Fungi".