USU Extension Impacts: Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
The USU Extension Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (LAEP) program is truly unique and has significantly contributed to strengthening Utah’s communities for more than four decades. I am not aware of another program in the country that has the depth, range and longevity our program has.
Through the capable efforts of our faculty members and students, projects address real issues of actual clients, and they produce tangible results for communities, counties, agencies and user groups. These projects provide an important outreach service and also an excellent training experience for our students.
David Evans, David Anderson and I all currently have Extension Landscape Architecture assignments and are commonly known as “The Three Daves.” In this issue of Impacts, we’ve provided highlights of how USU Extension LAEP programs are impacting communities and agencies around the state.