2017.09.10 We’re excited to be participating in the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge as team PUBLIC SEDIMENT. Our team, led by SCAPE Landscape Architecture is composed of Arcadis, the Dredge Research Collaborative, TS Studio, the UC Davis Department of Human Ecology and Design, the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, and the Buoyant Ecologies Lab.

2016.12.05 We’re pleased to announce the release of our findings and recommendations from DredgeFest California, which can be downloaded here. They delineate key principles that the Dredge Research Collaborative believes should guide the design, planning, and management of sediment in California’s Bay-Delta.

2016.09.01 We’re delighted to be able to say that the DredgeFest event series has been recognized with an Honor Award in the Communications category of the American Society of Landscape Architect’s 2016 Awards program.

2016.02.01 We are seeking faculty, practicing designers, scientists, industry professionals, policymakers, regulators, junior scholars, advanced students, and other interested parties to join the DredgeFest California workshops. Applications are due March 1, 2016. Click for application details and more information about the workshops.

2015.11.11 Join us next June in the Bay Area for DredgeFest California. Follow @DredgeRC on Twitter, sign up for our newsletter, or watch the DredgeFest California website for more details as they are announced.

2015.11.05 Drawings from the DredgeFest Great Lakes exhibition are currently on display at Washington University in St. Louis’s Sam Fox School of Design + Visual Arts. The exhibit can be seen in Givens Hall Nov. 5-25. Brett Milligan will be speaking at the Sam Fox School on Nov. 9.

2015.10.19 Join the Dredge Research Collaborative for an evening of sediment design, island building, and channel deepening, at the Seaport Culture District (181 Front Street, New York, NY). Guest speakers include Lauren Elachi (SCAPE), Catherine Seavitt Nordenson (CCNY), Katie Axt (NY State Department of Environmental Conservation), and Chris Dols (Great Lakes Dredge and Dock). The evening is part of a series related the exhibition “Sea Level: Five Boroughs at Water’s Edge”.

2015.04.27 We are seeking summer intern-collaborators in NYC to study and document sediment management and design practices across America’s four coasts. Details and application information here.

2015.02.01 The dates for DredgeFest Great Lakes are announced: August 14-21, 2015. Learn more here.

2014.08.01 We are featured as the cover story of Landscape Architecture Magazine‘s August issue.