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UC Davis Teen Workshop on Public Sediment

Aug 13, 2018

In June, UC Davis’ Department of Human Ecology – one of our collaborators on Public Sediment – held two 2-hour workshops with the Union City Teen Center using Public Sediment’s Unlock Alameda Creek as the premise for their activities. The first workshop focused on introducing the teens to the challenges associated with climate impacts in

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Public Sediment Selected for AIA California Merit Award in Urban Design

Aug 10, 2018

SCAPE is thrilled to announce that the Public Sediment team has won an AIA California Merit Award in the Urban Design category, for their Unlock Alameda Creek proposal. The SCAPE-led team developed Unlock Alameda Creek for the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge. The team’s proposal is based on the premise that sea level rise

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SCAPE in Florida

Aug 9, 2018

This week marked the kick-off of the McCoy’s Creek Restoration project in Jacksonville. SCAPE team members will also be in Pensacola on August 20th for the CiviCon workshop series.

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Town Branch Park awarded $1.2m gift

Jul 11, 2018

Town Branch Park has another exciting update following last week’s groundbreaking ceremony! Lexington Mayor Jim Gray just announced that the project has received a $1.2 million gift from the Picnic with the Pops Commission, a longstanding outdoor music event held in Lexington every August. This generous donation will help fund an amphitheater in Town Branch

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Join us for Living Breakwaters CAC meeting #9 on July 18th!

Jul 11, 2018

The Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery invites the public to attend the ninth Rebuild by Design Living Breakwaters and Tottenville Shoreline Protection Project Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting for an update on the projects’ progress and the coastal and social resiliency measures planned in and adjacent to Tottenville on Staten Island’s South Shore.

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Town Branch Commons Breaks Ground!

Jul 9, 2018

SCAPE is excited to announce that Town Branch Commons has officially broken ground in Lexington, Kentucky. The groundbreaking ceremony took place last week, hosted by Mayor of Lexington Jim Gray. The two-mile linear park and trail project through downtown Lexington has been six years in the making, beginning in 2012 when SCAPE won the international

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SCAPE Summer 2018 Newsletter

Jun 29, 2018

Check out the Summer 2018 Issue of SCAPE’s Quarterly Newsletter, featuring updates on projects, our recent move, our team, and awards. Subscribe to our newsletter here.

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