February 2021

Spring 2021 OUTSIDE Webinar + Tours

We are happy to share OUTSIDE has a number of exciting events planned for 2021 including webinars and tours. More information regarding our upcoming events can be found below. Space is limited, so register now.
January 2021

2021 OUTSIDE Collab Goals

The massively transformative purpose of OUTSIDE is to shift the landscape paradigm in Florida. We need to increase the adoption of sustainable landscape practices to help create a more vibrant, healthy, and sustainable future for all Floridians. Rapid population growth, […]
December 2020

Notable Project Submission: Town of Tioga 8th Ave Expansion

The scope of the work for the ‘Town of Tioga’ 8th Ave Extension project entailed designing a landscape based on the Florida Friendly Landscape principles. The project also required an irrigation system based on the Florida Waterstar design criteria. This would be located along a one-mile section of a county road, bisecting the existing Town of Tioga to the north and new phases of the development to the south.
November 2020

Notable Project Submission: Overyonder Cay

The 72-acre island, known as Overyonder Cay, has been tastefully transformed into a dramatic showplace for stunning architectural design and cutting edge, green energy technology. The landscape design approach complies with the environmental report prepared, in conjunction with a harmonious design of natural hard and soft scapes throughout the island.
October 2020

Notable Project Submission: Collins Canal Park

The Collins Canal Park renovation has brought to life one of Miami Beach’s most underutilized public sites by connecting the city’s rich cultural history with environmental resilience. Collins Park is a linear park sandwiched between the Miami Beach Convention Center and the historic Collins Canal. This passive park connects the residential neighborhoods surrounding the City Center to the city’s arts and cultural institutions including Miami Beach Botanical Garden, Bass Art Museum, Miami Beach Ballet, the New World Symphony campus, Holocaust Memorial, Fillmore Theater, and Lincoln Road.
October 2020

Lake Rising Podcast: Timothee Sallin from Cherrylake

SUMMARY: Timothee Sallin, Cherrylake President, has spearheaded the OUTSIDE Sustainable Landscapes Collab. The Sallin family has developed a business, Cherrylake, which brings their passion for sustainability, horticulture, and partnership to leading construction and maintenance projects in Central Florida. Cherrylake is dedicated […]
October 2020

Notable Project Submission: Starkey Ranch

Starkey Ranch exemplifies a new model in greenfield development. Wishing to avoid conventional land development practices that too often have resulted in placeless strip-center shopping and tract housing, the Starkey family donated a large portion of their ranch land to create a permanent wilderness preserve. They then engaged a design team, Dix.Hite + Partners, that embraced their vision: to develop an adjacent master-planned community that honors the land’s history, connects people to nature, and creates a sense of place celebrating a ranching character.
October 2020

Notable Project Submission: Coastal Oaks Preserve

Coastal Oaks Preserve is located within one of the most biologically diverse estuaries in North America – the Indian River Lagoon. The Indian River Land Trust (IRLT), whose mission is to preserve, protect, and provide access to the Lagoon, collaborated with Dix.Hite to create a Vision Plan that celebrates the IRLT's mission through restoration, education, research, and experience. The team performed site inventory and analysis to map areas most suited for preservation, restoration, or development.
October 2020

Notable Project Submission: Lakewalk at Hamlin

Creating an environmentally progressive and context-sensitive, luxury, multi-family development in Central Florida is not the norm. Lakewalk at Hamlin leads by example to show developers, design consultants, and the public that eco-friendly and pedestrian-focused designs can be beautiful, functional, and economically viable. The landscape architect artfully integrated low-impact development stormwater interventions, local materials, and native plantings into common spaces, making them part of the everyday experience