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Arlington Conservation Council Monthly Meeting



Central Standard Time



Fielder House
1616 West Abram St.
Arlington, Texas 76013

Arlington Conservation Council Monthly Meeting

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Note this meeting will be held at 7pm at the Fielder House, 1616 W Abram St, Arlington, TX 76013

The North Texas Branch Waters NetworkCity by Nature By Kevin Sloan

“City by Nature” will reveal the urbanism of the thirteen-county Metroplex that is Dallas-Fort Worth, whose expanding density has given rise to an astonishing set of challenges and unprecedented conditions — most notably, the appearance of wildlife within the city. Bald eagles, turkeys, fox, coyotes, bobcats and other species now
thrive within the urban jurisdiction of DFW, typically along the natural corridors of the cities watershed network. The existence of wildlife within the city, along with the unsustainable and diffuse city pattern that enables it to exist, is laying the groundwork for new ideas and patterns to restructure the architectural landscape into a walkable synergy with nature.
Kevin Sloan, ASLA, Honorary AIA, M. Arch.

Kevin Sloan is a city planner, landscape architect, writer and Professor of Practice in Architecture at UT Arlington’s CAPPA School ofclear-495a83e08fc8e5d7569efe6339a1228ee08292fa1f2bee8e0be6532990cb3852 Architecture. His work at Kevin Sloan Studio has been nationally and internationally recognized, published, and exhibited. Through built works, articles and awards, Sloan has become an international voice and advocate for ReWILDING, an approach to environmental design that is sweeping the world. Award-winning built works that demonstrate ReWILDING are The Airfield Falls Conservation
Park in Fort Worth, the biofiltering street at Dallas Urban Reserve and the spring-fed park and nature-driven urbanism at Vitruvian Park in North Dallas. He has been invited to speak internationally at conferences on ReWILDING in Dublin, Ireland and upcoming in Paris, France.