Category Archives: Urban Agriculture

The Sustainable Living and Learning Communities at UC Davis

Since 2015, I have been involved with the Sustainable Living and Learning Communities at UC Davis. In 2018, I led a year-long collaborative design process with the student-led initiatives at the SLLC, working closely with six undergraduate SLLC fellowship recipients. In this

The Sustainable Living and Learning Communities at UC Davis

Since 2015, I have been involved with the Sustainable Living and Learning Communities at UC Davis. In 2018, I led a year-long collaborative design process with the student-led initiatives at the SLLC, working closely with six undergraduate SLLC fellowship recipients. In this

International Garden of Many Colors

  Since the mid 1990s, gardeners in the River Garden Estates neighborhood of north Sacramento have been growing their own food in an underutilized and undevelopable swath of a greenbelt under two sets of power lines. Struggles with the City

International Garden of Many Colors

  Since the mid 1990s, gardeners in the River Garden Estates neighborhood of north Sacramento have been growing their own food in an underutilized and undevelopable swath of a greenbelt under two sets of power lines. Struggles with the City

Sacramento Urban Ag Map

Working with students, community members and the Sacramento Urban Agriculture Coalition, we have been building an open source map that locates where urban agriculture projects are happening in the Sacramento region. See the interactive map here. Additionally, students evaluated different

Sacramento Urban Ag Map

Working with students, community members and the Sacramento Urban Agriculture Coalition, we have been building an open source map that locates where urban agriculture projects are happening in the Sacramento region. See the interactive map here. Additionally, students evaluated different

Wildhorse Ranch

Urban designer, Mogavero Notestine Associates, 2007 (UNBUILT) This design proposal offered a new model for sustainable development in Davis on an infill property at the periphery of the city. Adjacent to farm land, it utilized a required agricultural buffer to

Wildhorse Ranch

Urban designer, Mogavero Notestine Associates, 2007 (UNBUILT) This design proposal offered a new model for sustainable development in Davis on an infill property at the periphery of the city. Adjacent to farm land, it utilized a required agricultural buffer to