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- Current Conditions : -8.1F, Clear - 4:30 AM EST Jan. 29Temperature: -8.1°F | Humidity: 83% | Pressure: 30.31in (Rising) | Conditions: Clear | Wind Direction: WSW | Wind Speed: 0.0mph
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Space and Atwater
I’ve just finished a blog post for the Turf Battle competition that I thought readers of this blog may find interesting, as it pertains to landscape design, the Middlebury landscape in particular. In Space, I wrote about the hierarchy of outdoor spaces on campus, and how the master plan for Middlebury sees our outdoor spaces. I found it fascinating to research, as most of my landscape design courses I took never focused on such large and lofty areas such as these. It’s a quick read, hope you enjoy it.