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ately my mind keeps returning to a session I saw at reVISION ASLA 2020, “Perpetual Adaptation: The Design Business in 2020 and Lessons from the Great Recession.” The panelists—René Bihan, FASLA, of SWA Group; Molly Bourne, a principal at MNLA in New York; and Chris Hardy, ASLA, and Michael Grove, FASLA, of Sasaki—proposed it for the in-person Conference on Landscape Architecture in Miami but ended up delivering it virtually. The pandemic had done more than dictate the

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