One of my loves in the field of landscape architecture is the adaption, remediation and reuse of former industrial properties. While in grad school, I received the Stamm Travel Fellowship and had the awesome opportunity to travel the US and Canada photographing, studying and analyzing post-industrial Landscape Architecture in North America. There are so many blighted properties in need of remediation and transformation. Landscape architects are playing a huge role in this healing process. I came across some photos from that journey recently and thought it would be fun to share some on the blog. Enjoy!