|Jennifer Nitzky is a Landscape Architect and Certified Arborist with over 20 years of experience in urban planning and design, park and recreational design, playgrounds, and campus design, working in both small landscape architecture firms and large, multi-disciplined offices. In partnership with the New York Chapter of ASLA and the Trust for Public Land, she developed The Student Stewardship Program, which aims to inspire NYC students to discover landscape architecture through engaging, hands-on projects. Jennifer grew up in Michigan, earned her B.S. in Architectural Design at Bowling Green in Ohio, and Masters in Landscape Architecture at Ball State. She is passionate about expanding awareness of the profession, and is a strong advocate for landscape and environmental issues.|
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This course is also required for the Horticulture Certificate TRACK 4.
Graphics are essential in developing and communicating your design ideas. Practice various graphic techniques and learn how to organize and render landscape plans on paper for optimal prese more...
Sharpen your graphic skills as you create a file of symbols and styles to draw upon for future professional use. Techniques for black-and-white and color rendering, sheet layout, section elevations, and perspectives are covered. Prerequisite: Graphics I
Before you launch your own landscape design and installation practice, there are many business aspects you need to consider. Topics include attracting clients, preparing proposals, pricing, purchasing and installing plants, and strategies for success.