Social justice, equity, and reform are not new topics for landscape architecture—rather, they are at its origin. Frederick Law Olmsted’s prominent role in shaping public opinion on social reform in the period leading up to and during the Civil War still impacts practice today. Join us for a conversation that recenters the way we tell the story of Olmsted’s work and origins of landscape architecture.

This event is co-hosted by two founding partners: the American Society of Landscape Architects and the National Recreation and Park Association. The panel includes:

Watch the recorded video here.