You spoke, we heard!

Phase I of the Equitable Engagement component is complete. A community vision statement was produced that culminates the design and placemaking constructions which stakeholders and engagement participants anticipate the project will encompass once completed. Vision Phase Equitable Engagement Summary Texas Trees Foundation is thrilled to release the Phase 1 Equitable Engagement Summary for the SWMDContinue reading “You spoke, we heard!”

Indigenous Biophilic Design & Equitable Access to Nature Planning

“Biophilia is humankind’s innate biological connection with nature. It helps explain why crackling fires and crashing waves captivate us; why a garden view can enhance our creativity; why shadows and heights instill fascination and fear; and why animal companionship and strolling through a park have restorative, healing effects,” (14 Patterns of Biophilic Design, Terrapin BrightContinue reading Indigenous Biophilic Design & Equitable Access to Nature Planning