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Adult and Organizational Development major Cassandra Berardi's next stop is cityHUNT in Philadelphia.

Cassandra Berardi's next stop is cityHUNT in Philadelphia, a business where she helps to create citywide scavenger hunts to promote teamwork, leadership skills, conflict resolution and more for any size business or organization.

Caitlin Morrissey Glagola will graduate with a Master of Landscape Architecture. her goal is to work at an ecological design firm.

Caitlin Morrissey Glagola will graduate with a Master of Landscape Architecture degree. Her goal is to work at an ecological design firm.

Noah the Bald Eagle visits EarthFest 2015 from the Elmwood Park Zoo.

6,500 visitors and more than 90 exhibitors celebrated the Earth at Temple University Ambler’s EarthFest 2016 on Earth Day, April 22.

Ken Franklin, the National Park Service Bark Ranger, visits Temple University's Homecoming

On Friday, April 15 and Wednesday, April 20, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Temple University students, faculty and staff are invited to learn more about the ProRanger Philadelphia Program on Liacouras Walk.

Students from Upper Dublin High School share science exhibits at EarthFest

A full 32 student exhibits from a variety of schools throughout the region will form the backbone of EarthFest 2016 this year, which will be held on Friday, April 22.

Department of Archutecture students share creative design models for Germantown Avenue businesses.

Students in Temple’s Division of Architecture and Environmental Design have developed a clear vision of a viable future for the Germantown Avenue corridor in East North Philadelphia.

Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture students, faculty and staff worked for months to create Temple's award-winning Philadelphia Flower Show exhibit.

Months of hard work by Temple University Ambler and Tyler School of Art students, faculty and staff paid off with a nearly unprecedented seven top honors for Temple’s 2016 Flower Show Exhibit, After the Blast: Recollecting Roots and Resources at Hopewell Furnace.

Community and Regional Planning master's program alumnus Mari Radford

As a Mitigation Planning Specialist for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s floodplain management and insurance branch, Radford, a 2009 graduate of Temple’s Community and Regional Planning master’s program, knows all too well the devastation and loss caused by flooding in the United States.

Working in the Ambler Campus Greenhouse to prepare plants for the 2016 Philadelphia Flower Show

Temple's 2016 Flower Show exhibit includes more than 1,500 plants from 100 species representing a rich tapestry of old growth and remnant forests, a green roof bursting with vegetables and herbs and even the fiery furnace itself.

A view of Fairmount Park

While Temple University’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture explores the Hopewell Furnace National Historical Site at the Philadelphia Flower Show, Temple University Press, Temple University Libraries and Temple University Ambler invite visitors to travel through the 200-year history of the Fairmount Park system with the authors of City in a Park.