Drill down into the Tampa Ordinance noted and one sees it pertains to public parks, the literal grounds for change that landscape architecture has a responsibility to address. ASLA, professionals, and academics should all be pursuing creative approaches to policy, planning, and design that make public spaces more inclusive and empowering, while not degrading their existing users, identities, and roles. It is possible…

After arrests, ‘Tampa Food Not Bombs’ say it will continue to feed the homeless – without a permit – SaintPetersBlog



This is an evolving set of resources related to projects, strategies, and potentials connecting landscape architecture to homelessness: