1. Announcing the Recipient of the 2021 Frederick Gage Todd Scholarship / 2. Call for Submissions: LACF 2022 Annual Grants / 3.Thank you to our platinum sponsor, Maglin Site Furniture!
Announcing the Recipient of the 2021 Frederick Gage Todd Scholarship
Congratulations to Kendra Scanlon, the recipient of the 2021 Frederick Gage Todd National Scholarship!
This $10,000 scholarship recognizes a student who demonstrates exceptional knowledge, skill and commitment directed to the advancement of Canadian landscapes through the practice of landscape architecture.
Click the following link to read more about Kendra, the jury's decision, and what the scholarship means to her.
Call for Submissions: LACF 2022 Annual Grants
Design, Speculate, Postulate, Question, Research, Theorize, Explore
This year, the Annual Grants Jury is calling for projects that push beyond the boundaries of everyday practice.
They are open to submissions exploring new design theories, speculations about new landscape interventions, questioning the current norms of practice, and arguing for new areas of research and professional development, as well as submissions seeking to expand the traditional areas of landscape research.
Deadline: November 19, 2021
Thank you to our platinum sponsor, Maglin Site Furniture!
With over 35 years of experience and expertise, Maglin Site Furniture designs and manufactures contemporary outdoor amenities that transform spaces into experiences. Maglin strategically configures and thoughtfully customizes adaptable solutions, from benches and bollards to bike racks, planters, privacy panels, and receptacles that activate and enhance any area.
Maglin believes that great site furniture contributes to comfort, security, and a sense of belonging for people and communities in shared spaces. That people-first approach fuels their passion for continually innovating and expanding product lines that satisfy the need for quality, style, and durability.
The Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation and Maglin share the vision that Landscape Architecture is uniquely suited to address today’s challenges and those of the future. By fostering the talent of students and emerging professionals, increasing recognition of the significance and scope of Landscape Architecture, the LACF will advance its mission “to shape resilient, equitable and meaningful landscapes for all.” That’s why Maglin strongly believes in supporting the LACF as a Platinum Sponsor and encourages other companies to join in strengthening the Foundation’s work.