Documentation of the Lovelace Garden Designed by Isabelle Greene is Released
Photographer Stephen Schäfer’s book, Documentation of the Lovelace Garden Designed by Isabelle Greene, was released[…]
Cathy Garrett Speaks at 42nd Annual California Preservation Foundation Conference
On May 11th, PGA Principal Cathy Garrett moderated a session at the California Preservation Foundation’s[…]
PGAdesign completes California Nursery Master Plan
In April, the Fremont City Council approved the PGAdesign-led Master Plan to turn Fremont’s California Nursery into a National Historical Park.
Rotary PlayGarden named as impetus for Santa Clara County inclusive playground grant
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors has approved an effort to build all-inclusive playgrounds[…]
PGAdesign wins ASLA NCC Merit Award for Lovelace Gardens HALS documentation
PGADesign won an ASLA NCC Merit Award for the Research & Planning criteria for the[…]
Doyle Drive Wins ASLA-NCC Historic Preservation Award
PGAdesign won an ASLA Northern California Chapter Merit Award in the Historic Preservation category for the documentation of Doyle Drive through the Presidio of San Francisco implementing the Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) program.
Rotary PlayGarden Celebrates 1st Anniversary
The Rotary PlayGarden won an ASLA Northern California Chapter Merit Award in the Parks, Recreation, Trails and Open Space category and the Rotary Club of San Jose celebrated it’s first anniversary with over 175,000 visitors to date.
PGAdesign documents Thomas Church’s Parkmerced for HALS
PGAdesign is preparing Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) documentation of Parkmerced, the largest residential landscape[…]
Drought-tolerant landscapes now the law
The 2015 version of California’s Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance is now official, and it stipulates[…]
Inclusive play Rotary PlayGarden opens in San Jose
The fully accessible PlayGarden, located on City of San Jose’s Guadalupe River Park, is a first of its kind for San Jose and is the Centennial project funded by the Rotary Club of San Jose and the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy.