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Jerome Hinds is pointing his Landscape Architecture degree directly at a career in urban design and stormwater management. Hinds is president of Temple’s Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Association and a member of the team that created Temple’s multiple award-winning 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show Exhibit.
Twenty-Five years ago, John F. Collins, FASLA, and a dedicated group of faculty built on 75 years of environmental education offered at Temple University Ambler to create prestigious four-year programs in Landscape Architecture and Horticulture that have generated dedicated leaders in every field of the green industry.
There is a garden in the Lawncrest section of Philadelphia that didn’t exist two years ago. The 25-plot community garden required buy in from the neighborhood, city officials and a variety of city groups, but with Temple University Landscape Architecture major Thu Ngan Han leading the charge, fresh vegetables will soon by popping up in abundance.