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TO BEGIN WITH OUR WRITERS | NOS RÉDACTEURS wet places | milieux humides 1_TONY M. BOWRON, BSc, MES, is co-founder, President and Coastal Wetland Ecologist with CBWES Inc., a Nova Scotia-based habitat restoration and environmental research firm specializing in planning and implementing multi-objective projects to restore and enhance wetland systems. Tony has been working on coastal wetland restoration and monitoring throughout Nova Scotia since 1998. He is also an adjunct professor with the Department of Environment Science at Saint Mary's University. 2_RICHARD WYMA, BES, MLA, NuALA/ CSLA, is a one-time and hopefully future PhD Candidate in LA at the University of Guelph where his research focuses on those aspects of place we can affect using a landscape ecological analogy. Richard is CAO of the Essex Region Conservation Authority and Executive Director of the Essex Region Conservation Foundation. He has worked for more than 25 years in parks and conservation, land use and environmental planning, and sustainable development. 3_MICHEL ROUSSEAU est associé principal au Groupe Rousseau Lefebvre. Nommé Fellow par l'AAPC, il dirige ses projets en développement durable où le design et l'environnement sont les deux piliers de sa démarche professionnelle. Il poursuit ses recherches en recherche et développement pour trouver des solutions novatrices et originales aux problématiques de développement urbain. 4_RYAN WAKSHINSKI, MALA, CSLA, has worked for Manitoba Conservation, 12 LANDSCAPES PAYSAGES Parks and Natural Areas since 2009. He is currently a director with MALA, and sits on the LP Editorial Board. 5_MARGOT YOUNG, APALA, MCIP, LPP, is a planner, landscape architect and landscape ecologist. She is the President of EDM Environmental Design and Management Limited in Halifax. 6_DON HESTER is an Associate Principal and Senior Planner/Landscape Architect with AECOM in Winnipeg. Over 35 years practicing Landscape Architect, he has learned the importance of working with local communities and other disciplines, and understanding the social, cultural and historical aspects of sites, as well as their environmental significance. 7_RON MIDDLETON, FCSLA, established a consulting company after retiring from a public service career spanning 34 years. Water management (dam projects, flood control, drought relief, and lake and wetland management) has been and remains a major focus of his work. His approach: to work with communities, NGOs and regulatory agencies to find workable solutions to complex problems. 8_CAROL CRAIG, FCSLA, is Past President of the CSLA and the AALA, and has served on committees too numerous to count. She has 30 years of experience in landscape architecture and after a decade in public engagement with the public and private sectors, she founded Kinnikinnick Studio Inc., where she focuses on challenging the status quo (one step at a time!) to develop great places for people. 9_BERNIE AMELL is co-owner of Source2Source (S2S), an interdisciplinary firm focusing on advanced natural water management designs and patented technologies. Many S2S wetland designs are for stormwater management facilities that also feature aquatic, wetland and upland conservation, reconstruction or restoration. Bernie has been the principal environmental designer of over 125 constructed wetlands. 10_CHRIS PENNER is a revegetation ecologist with 13 years' experience in native revegetation design, planning and implementation for wetlands, riparian restoration and native grass plantings. He began his career with Ducks Unlimited Canada and is now part of a native revegetation team at Scatliff+Miller+Murray Landscape Architects. 11_KEES LOKMAN is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia. His research focuses on the intersections of landscape, infrastructure, ecology and economy. Kees is also founder of Parallax Landscape, a collaborative and interdisciplinary design and research platform interested in linking spatial issues at the human scale to larger infrastructural networks that often exist outside the range of human perception.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Landscapes - Spring 2016

Returning the Tide
A Question of Balance
A role for the Applied Ecologist
WET Design
The Ballad of Frog Plain
Landscape Laboratories|Laboratoires Paysagers
1000 Acres in Essex
3 Wetlands: 3 Discoverles...
Fen and White Cedar
Ecological Landscaping
The Last Word | Le Mot De La Fin

Landscapes - Spring 2016