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July 15, 2020

Sarah was interviewed in the Pro Landscaper Magazine about work completed so far, projects and future of the profession and business

June 30, 2020

The likelihood of 40C temperature in the UK is rapidly increasing we must start to plan for #shade and #cooling cities. With higher temperatures, heat will impact on our #health #economy and #wildlife.  

Last week I was int...

April 28, 2020

Super exciting and humbled to have been invited and accepted into the College of Fellows at the Landscape Institute:

It is with great pleasure and satisfaction we can tell you that the Landscape Institute Board of Trustees endorsed the decision to confer you membership...

January 8, 2020

Jointly with Fin McNab of Streets Reimagined, Katie Lea from Place Studio, Noha Nasser from Mela Enterprise and Amy Harrison of We The Curious have started to form ACD. 

More news of its development later in 2020....

Sarah Jones-Morris accompanied Public Art Consultant Lucy Badrocke on site visit to Frog Marsh, Easton Bristol with 40 delegates attending the first European Child Friendly City Conference.  

Designed by artist #BabhakHeshamiNezhad, project managed by Lucy Badrocke and...

November 8, 2019

Sarah Jones-Morris was invited to speak at the Risk and Resilience in London with Dr Gemma Jerome from Building with Nature, Dr Marie Muller from UCL, and Umi Baron-Powell from Public Practice.

September 11, 2019

Our first co-authored article has been published in the CIEEM In Practice Journal with @TorEcology, a fantastic and innovate ecology practice based in South Devon.  

We have been working with Jenni for several years on various projects, but we have started to devel...

September 9, 2019

Sarah is to present and is part of panel debate with IFLA President James Hayter, past LI President Hal Moggridge, Gisle Løkken, President, National Association of Norwegian Architects and Trygve Sundt, IFLA Delegate Norway at the IFLA World Congress 'Common Ground' co...

April 24, 2019

Sarah Jones-Morris as been accepted as a candidate for the Landscape Institute Presidential elections for 2019.

The 250 word manifesto sets out my aims and objectives 

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