This presentation highlights the Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning program's charrette process, during which a team of students and faculty identified and developed solutions to specific problems around the state and most recently, the Great Salt Lake.
David Anderson is a former Research Landscapes presenter and an LAEP program faculty member at Utah State. For this event, Dave focused on the charrette process and how it works to equip local authorities and community leaders with the tools to envision stronger places and spaces. The lessons learned from this process can inform solutions for the future of the lake and inspire ideas for addressing similar issues in our own communities.
This presentation took place at the O.C. Tanner headquarters in Salt Lake City on June 15, 2023.
Watch the whole presentation on YouTube.