June 2, 2020
Wilson's Landing Biorentention Garden

Notable Project Submission: Wilson’s Landing Bioretention Garden

Wilson’s Landing Park created a “bioretention” area which reduces erosion and also collects and treats the stormwater runoff from the park. It is located in northwest Seminole County, adjacent to the Wekiva River. It is a part of the Wekiva […]
April 24, 2020
OUTSIDE 2020 Webinar

OUTSIDE 2020 Webinar: Sharing Perspectives

We are happy to share OUTSIDE is continuing to partner with 1000 Friends of Florida, and together we invite you to join us for a free webinar, OUTSIDE: Sharing Perspectives (which previously was live-streamed on April 24th). This webinar focuses on addressing a […]
April 17, 2020
Stephen Miller / ASLA

Designing an end to a toxic American obsession: The Lawn

SUMMARY: With American residential lawns totaling over 49,000 square miles, environmental scientists and landscape architects are looking toward turning lawns into “miniature modular bio-reserves.” These wildlife gardens have the ability to develop biodiversity while simultaneously reducing water, petrol, and lawn […]
March 4, 2020

To solve 21st century challenges, go outside

Every leader needs a vision. Leading a nursery and landscape business in Florida can be fulfilling and rewarding work. This is tangible work that contributes to our communities and our environment. Like many businesses, ours is shaped by both tradition […]
February 18, 2020
Chris Hite

Chris Hite: “Here are 5 things you should do to become a thought leader in your industry”

I had the pleasure to interview Chris Hite, CEO of Dix.Hite + Partners. Co-founder of the firm Dix.Hite + Partners in 1996, Chris has helped define the 35-person firm with offices in Florida, Georgia and Alabama as a landscape architecture and land […]