We work with landscape as the fundamental framework for creating spatial changes that support social and environmental justice. We do this through design, research and real-world projects.
We increase self-sufficiency through Food-Energy-Water (FEW) by providing flexible solar design, creating edible landscapes, creating a sustainable and portable water supply and measuring the environmental, social, and economic performance of the FEW approach.
The L4H Lab at the University of Oregon closely works with community partners. This team work allows us to effectively implement design research and education on the ground and to support the local community to manage the landscape system. Community and student engagement is central to the entire design and implementation process. It provides essential feedback to revise the direction of our vision, research and pedagogy.
The L4H Lab
We collaborate with ambitious non-profit organizations and people. Let's build something great together.