Features the attempts of Stanford University to undo past errors in campus development, with a renewed focus on landscape planning designed to unify the campus. When possible, institutional planners have sought to return to the original campus landscape plan. The author discusses various impediments to the project, and examines several landscaping projects in detail. Concludes with lessons learned in the process, including the need for a comprehensive master plan, the importance of developing new funding sources, and the necessity of consistent and proactive leadership.
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