Friday, October 28, 2016
Gina Chorover, assistant lecturer of Planning & Landscape Architecture and coordinator of the Heritage Conservation Program, Helen Erickson, project director for the Drachman Institute, Robin Pinto, Landscape Architecture alumna, and a number of Heritage Conservation Program Student Researchers including: Abrar Abdullah H. Alkadi, Heather Leigh Havelka, Armando Lagunas, Gabrielle Miller, Taira Lynn Newman, Genna Renee Vande-Stouwe, Jessica Paola Estrada, Rachelle Hornby, Nicole Lavely, Kathryn Elizabeth McKinney and Chelsea Parraga have won first place for their submission to the Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) Documenting National Register Listed Landscapes 2016 competition. The submission was, "Empire Ranch HALS AZ-19, Greaterville vicinity, Pima County, Arizona."
This competition is sponsored by the National Parks Service and a cash prize is awarded to each of the top three submissions. There were 43 submissions for this year's contest.
Photos from Empire Ranch: