In conjunction with our 20th anniversary, Conservation Design Forum is pleased to launch a new informational blog about environmental design and sustainable development as an enhancement to our website. Since our founding in 1994, CDF has pioneered efforts to restore natural systems and processes in the everyday places where we live, work, play and learn - for the mutual well-being of people, our communities and the environment.

As a multidisciplinary practice, we have a holistic, collaborative approach which will be reflected in our blog content. Weekly blog posts will feature a wide variety of projects, issues, practices and news/events related to innovative performance-based planning, green infrastructure and ecological design solutions. We hope to provide valuable information and insights that serve and engage the broad A/E/C community, local and state municipalities, business owners, legislators, academics, students and community groups.

We will begin with a special retrospective featuring 20 of our top projects from the past 20 years. For the next ten weeks we'll post two of these projects each week. In looking back, we acknowledge the many colleagues, clients and co-workers we've worked with along the way with whom we share fond memories and appreciation of a job well done. 

We invite you to visit Conser•vision often for a mix of information across multiple sectors and from a variety of experts and sources. Feel free to share items of interest with your networks using the social sharing tools adjacent to each blog post. Be sure to link to our social profiles including LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Finally, we would appreciate your comments or questions so that we may engage in a true forum dialogue about the topics that interest you most.

Thank you!




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