Urban Biodiversity: Resilience & Enrichment through Connections with Nature

ARCH 727

This lecture is the last of a three part lecture series on urban biodiversity. This lecture focuses on urban home gardens and sustainable urban landscape design.


What you can learn.

  • Define what is urban biodiversity in landscape design
  • Discover local and personal ways to invite and support biodiversity in you neighborhood
  • Learn how to create and maintain a sustainable and resilient landscape in Los Angeles

About this course:

Why care about biodiversity in sustainable urban and landscape design? Biodiversity cultural dimensions - the importance of the ecology of "home place", case studies.'' How the concept of urban biodiversity is central to emerging models of climate resilience for people and nature in people’s backyards and parks. Speakers include David Newsom, Wild Yards Project, Isaac Brown D. Env., Senior Scientist, Stillwater Sciences and Stephanie Landregan, FASLA, UCLA Extension

This lecture is the third in a three-part lecture series on urban biodiversity.  We invite you to join us for all three lectures.

Lecture #1 | March 15, 2021
Urban Biodiversity: Policy to Action

Lecture #2 | March 24, 2021
Urban Biodiversity: Leading Edge Sustainable Land Development and Landscape Design Projects

Lecture #3 | March 31, 2021
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