Date of Award
Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Phillip S. Waite
The Utah State University Botanical Center Stream Master Plan is a design to assist Utah State University Botanical Center (USUBC) administration in fulfilling their goals of community outreach and education, implementing sustainable practices and creating aesthetically beautiful areas for public enjoyment. These goals are met through updating the USUBC master plan to account for the newly built man-made stream as well as other future buildings. Trails, overlooks and information nodes are part of the new master plan. The planting plan includes representations of six natural plant communities found in Northern Utah. Additionally, the stream design improves the water quality of USUBC ponds on site. All of these designs will contribute to USUBC goals. The Utah State University Botanical Center Master Plan and Planting Plan is a plan B thesis project.
Schults, Daniel Willard, "Utah State University Botanical Center Stream Master Plan" (2012). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. Paper 207.
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