[blockquote cite=”Neil Bertrando” type=”center”]“Focus on the processes in the landscape, and that is what we are designing for and managing for; more than using techniques.” [/blockquote]
- Be willing to plan things through time to work towards success.
- Be willing to dive in and learn as you go and figure it out.
- I need to get that done, what else can I do to get that done and recoup some of the cost in the process.
- You can’t do and learn about it all. Teamwork in design is crucial.
- When applying a technique, ask “is that really what the land wants, or needs, and is that getting me towards where I want to go in the landscape.”
- In dry climates there is a lot of focus on anti-evaporation strategies.
- “People want to be part of a story, and be part of something meaningful.”
- “What are our opportunities to leverage the change.”
- “Focus on the processes in the landscape, and that is what we are designing for and managing for; more than using techniques.”
- “Master one thing first.”
A Swale Design and Implementation by Neil Bertrando
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