Food Systems Thinking

Conway’s small size and combination of full time faculty and part-time faculty working in the field allows the school to integrate new topics into the curriculum. For example, over the course of the past ten years the school has added food system plans to […]

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Our Library of Student Projects

Conway student projects are available online. Have you heard about one of our past student projects from a former client? Or wonder whether a project you are working on would benefit from the involvement of a Conway student team, and […]

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Increasing Pollinator Habitat in the City

“Imagine the city of Portland with more of the vegetation that makes Maine beautiful and distinct.” Heather McCargo ’84 is the Executive Director of the Wild Seed Project. She is an educator with 30 years experience in plant propagation, landscape design and […]

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International Partnerships in Mali and Costa Rica

This year through special partnerships Conway students are working on projects in Mali, West Africa, and Costa Rica. These international projects add tremendously to the diversity of planning and design issues our students work on. They were arranged by Kate Cairoli ’13 and funded by the Blue Yak […]

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Dispatch from Mali: Part Two

In June 2015 Conway students Molly Burhans “15 and Chris Hendershot “15 traveled in Mali, West Africa, visiting the site of their spring term student project. While there, they shared updates from the field. This is the second installment of two. <– READ DISPATCH FROM MALI: PART ONE DAY […]

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Dispatch from Mali: Part One

In June 2015 Conway students Molly Burhans ’15 and Chris Hendershot ’15 traveled in Mali, West Africa, visiting the site of their spring term student project. While there, they shared updates from the field. This is the first installment of two. –> READ DISPATCH FROM MALI: PART TWO […]

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