Believe it or not, we’ve already crossed well over the halfway mark of 2016. It’s been a busy year for AHBE Lab, with each week’s schedule focused upon the professional and individual challenges and interests that arise while practicing landscape architecture in Southern California (think of AHBE Lab as the online equivalent of our break room and lunchtime conversations).

Noting we’ve had to say farewell to some of our team throughout the year – while also welcoming several new contributors along the way – we’re using this moment to look back at some of our most popular posts of the year. You’ll notice we’re just as apt to ask questions as we are to attempt to answer them!


Should Los Angeles Transform Itself Into a Sponge City?


Expo Line or Tan Line?


What Charismatic Megafauna Can Be Found in the Mouth of the San Gabriel River?


Wildlife Corridors: A Freeway System for Local Animals


The Fight to Reopen the Ohio Bundy Triangle Park


A Fundamental Change Into a More Bikeable Los Angeles

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