LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE CANADA FOUNDATION (LACF) is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2015 grants in support of research, communication and scholarship.
“From landscape restoration at home and abroad to documentation of the built environment past and present, LACF is proud to support these grant proposals that reflect the expanding role landscapes play in providing social, cultural, ecological and economic benefits to society”, said LACF President, Cecelia Paine, FCSLA. “The impact of these grants is multiplied by the requirement that each of the proponents share the results of their work through online resources, print publication, or conference presentations. Documentation of each grant is accessible through LACF’s online Portfolio #112-119.
Annual grant proposals are adjudicated and awarded by a national jury composed of six individuals from public, and private practice with academic credentials representing the Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario, Prairie, British Columbia regions and Canada’s north. The Board of the Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation extends recognition to the many individuals and component associations who through their annual donations make these grants possible.
(See also Press Release GRANTS 2015 PDF format attached below)
LIST OF GRANT PROJECTS AND RECIPIENTS 2015 (learn more > Portfolio | Showcase Gallery for details on individual grants) # 119_ WADI HANIFAH : URBAN|LANDSCAPE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY / Jean Trottier, AAPC, MICU and Drew Wensley, PDG, Moriyama & Teshima Planners, Grant $5,000 $ # 118_ WINNIPEG ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION AND MANITOBA ASSOCIATION OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS, PHASE 2 OF ORAL HISTORY UPDATE / Susan Algie, Director of the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation and Monica Giesbrecht, HTFC Planning and Design and MALA President, Grant $3,000 #117_ PROTOTYPES FOR PRACTICE: A SURVEY ON CONTEMPORARY SOIL AND LANDSCAPE RECOVERY IN CANADIAN NATURAL RESOURCE EXTRACTION / Paula Meijerink, Co-Founder and Landscape Architect with WANTED Landscape. Heather Braiden, Assistant Professor in Landscape Architecture at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Grant $3,000 #116_ THE CANADIAN LANDSCAPE PORTFOLIO INITIATIVE_ CLIC / Jean Landry, AAPQ/FCSLA, MBA, Landscape Architect | Photographer, Grant $2,500 #115_ MAPPING URBAN AGRICULTURAL HOT SPOTS / Alex Waffle, MLA Candidate, University Of Guelph, Grant $1,500 #114_ DESIGN FOR LANDSCAPE-SCALE REHABILITATION WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP OF UXBRIDGE / Heather Schibli; MLA Candidate, University of Guelph, Grant $2,000 #113_ REHABILITATION PLAN OF AN URBAN WASTELAND IN NATURE PARK / Caroline Magar, MLA Candidate, University of Montreal, Grant $1,500 #112_ MARITIME BY DESIGN: MODERNITY AND THE SOCIAL POLITICS OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN IN NEWFOUNDLAND, 1888-1925 / Dustin R. Valen, PhD Candidate, McGill University, School of Architecture, Grant $1,500, Recipient of the Gunter Schoch Bursary
For further information about the LACF Grants program and awards please contact Faye Langmaid, FCSLA, MCIP, Chair of the LACF Annual Grants Program, email@example.com