Clarence Roy/Smithgroup/JJR Endowed Lecture

Event Date: 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 5:00 pm

This years speaker will be Joe Howard, M.L.A., ASLA (B.S. '96, M.L.A. '97) of HT Harvey and Associates

Joe Howard is a licensed landscape architect and leader of the HT Harvey and Associates Landscape Architecture group. He is well-versed in all stages of the design and planning process. Joe helps identify and resolve ecological concerns during the early stages of site design and planning, and specializes in translating complex biological issues into intelligent planning and construction documents.

Joe has led numerous trail and park projects that involve habitat restoration. He is well-versed not only in the creation of vernal pool habitat, chaparral/coastal scrub, and coastal dune restoration but also in riparian restoration and wetland creation associated with habitats of the California red-legged frog, the California tiger salamander, and other sensitive plant and wildlife species. Joe’s design and construction projects are located throughout California, including park and habitat restoration sites around San Francisco Bay; in the Central Valley; in the San Joaquin, American, Sacramento, Shasta, and Salinas River watersheds; in the Lake Tahoe Basin; and along the central and northern California coast.

Location: 

1040 Dana Building

Contact person(s): 
Amy Novak