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Completion of Ash Archive launches International Year of Plant Health

Three thousand trees have been planted in Hampshire as part of a pioneering, £1.9m project to tackle ash dieback

LI North West kick-starts Rainbow Places events calendar

The Landscape Institute North West branch, BuildingEquality, Architecture LGBT+, and LGBT Property Professionals, are proud to be kick-starting the LI's Rainbow Places initiative with an evening of comedy and discussion in Manchester on Monday 20 January

Winner of RIBA / Better Bankside Low Line design competition announced

PDP London architects, working with Macfarlane + Associates Landscape Architects, Greengage and Studio 4215, submitted the winning proposal for a new ecological vision for South London's Low Line

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Healing landscapes: Exploring grief at the Bloedel Reserve

Applications for the LI Student Travel Award 2020 open in February. Here, our 2019 International Award-winner, Lisa Peachey, documents her creative residency at the Bloedel Reserve to study the healing impact of landscape on mental health and grief

Latest Landscape journal looks at ‘the ground we stand on’

The ground we stand on is taken for granted. But if we are to make progress in tackling the climate emergency, we need to think about where we make it, how we transport it, and how we can properly fund it

Election manifestos: A digest for Landscape Institute members

Whatever government takes power in December, they will need an ambitious plan to tackle the pressing issues facing our country. This digest examines the key parties' policies on the issues most relevant to the landscape sector, including housing delivery, planning policy, and flood defence

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