Fuller Center for Productive Landscapes

University of Oregon – Department of Landscape Architecture

Publications and Awards

Awards
2018 ASLA Oregon Honor award, Student design, ‘Willow Barrow’, Nicholas Sund
2017 ASLA Oregon Honor award, Student design, ‘Coal Shadow’, Tori Murphy
2017 ASLA Oregon Honor award, Student design, ‘In Transition’ Jill Stone and Rachel Spencer
2015 CELA Excellence in Teaching national award, Roxi Thoren
2014 ASLA Oregon Honor award, Student design, ‘Out of the Woods’ field school

Conference presentations
2018
Braided Field
Architecture, Media, Politics and Society, Tucson, AZ

The unknown unknowns: Lessons from the anthracite trail
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Blacksburg, VA

Martha Brookes Hutcheson and the modern roots of ecological agriculture
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Blacksburg, VA

Designing productive landscapes: Agriculture and ecology
New Directions in the American Landscape conference, New London, CT

2016
Records of a dream: Agricultural infrastructure and the gardens of Middleton Place
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Logan, UT

2014
Second nature: Trees, forests, and landscape architecture
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Baltimore, MD

Meditation on matter: Making art in the landscape architectural curriculum
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Baltimore, MD

2013
Breakfast with Olmsted: Education around the dining table
Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Austin, TX

Publications
Roxi Thoren. “Co-creating with Animals: Crossing the ‘Narrow Abyss of Non-Comprehension’.” Landscape Review, August 2018.

Michael Geffel et al. Oregon Timber Trail: Willamette Tier Field Guide. December 2017.

Victoria Solan. “Living Lessons” Landscape Architecture Magazine. March 2017.

Liska Chan. “Braided Fields.” Journal of Landscape Architecture. October 2016.

Roxi Thoren. “Deep Roots: Foundations of Forestry in American Landscape Architecture.” Scenario 5: Building The Urban Forest. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 2014.

Field School Reports

2018: Maintenance

2017: Wastelands + Beauty

2016: Animals as Landscape Agents of Change

2015: Watershed Moment

2014: Landscapes of Power

2013: Out of the Woods

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