ASLA Fellows 2011: Arvidson through Child / Giải thưởng ASLA 2011 Fellows

Adam Arvidson, nominated by the Minnesota Chapter in the Knowledge Category, is a prominent writer on the topic of landscape architecture, equally adept at informing fellow professionals and educating the general public. He created _SCAPE, a Minnesota design magazine now in its eighth year; served for seven months as Landscape Architecture’s interim editor; and publishes widely in design and planning magazines. Since 2001, he has produced more than 60 full-length articles for a wide variety of magazines. As a multimedia communicator, he maintains the Treeline Travelogue blog, contributes on-line content for the landscape architecture Web community, and records and produces audio podcasts. Through mentoring and lectures, he also shares his insight into writing with fellow professionals and students. His bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture is from Ball State University.