LACF is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2014 grants in support of research, communication and scholarship.
“From farmland sustainability to urban pop-up parks, LACF is proud to support these projects that reflect the expanding role landscapes play in providing social, cultural, ecological and economic benefits to society”, said LACF President, Cecelia Paine, FCSLA. “We look forward to the proponents sharing the results of their work through online resources and print publication, thus multiplying the impact of each grant.”
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.