Free and open to the public
Toolbox in a Tablet; Employing State-of-the-Art Technology to Document, Analyze and Preserve Natural and Historic Landscapes
At our October meeting, the HRC welcomes Stephanie Weyer, designer with the award-winning Boston firm Kyle Zick Landscape Architecture, to discuss geospatial analysis and design for historic sites, including benefits and restrictions, project applications and technology. Through her work at KZLA, Ms. Weyer has conducted geospatial analysis on sites ranging in size from a few acres to the 6,000-acre Gettysburg National Military Park. She will present a range of projects and cover working methods from in-field data collection using tablet technology to presentation-worthy online maps and data visualizations.
Ms. Weyer honed her geospatial analysis skills through school, prior planning work, and as a designer at KZLA. She remains passionate about context- and systems-focused thinking in pursuit of improved historic and environmental resource management, climate resilience and service to diverse human and animal populations.
For those who qualify, 1.5 LUs are available.
To learn more about the Historic Resources Committee, visit architects.org/committees/historic-resources-committee
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