|Sarah Hettinger is a graduate of New York University in England with a degree in Historic and Sustainable Architecture. She's worked as an Assistant Conservation Officer to the Planning Division in the London Borough of Lambeth, contributing to the preservation of several historic sites through English Heritage and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. She joined the New York Botanical Garden as the Assistant of the Lionel Goldfrank III Institutional Mapping Department in 2012.|
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Precise field measurement is the crucial first step in landscape design. Learn how to properly use automatic levels, tapes, and sophisticated survey instruments such as a total–station and mapping–grade GPS. Topics will include accurately measuring distances, differences in elevation, more...