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Please join us for the spring 2024 Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning lecture series: "Visions: A Range of Magnitudes." The lecture series exposes students, faculty, alumni, practitioners and the public to the breadth of players, ideas, situations, issues, challenges, technologies and methods, controversies, collaborations and achievements related to the profession.

Thomas Woltz is a senior principal and owner of Nelson Byrd Woltz. Over the past two decades of practice, Thomas and his team have infused narratives of the land into the places where people live, work and play, engendering stewardship and inspiring connections between people and the natural world.

Woltz was educated at the University of Virginia and holds master’s degrees in landscape architecture and architecture. He also holds an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the State University of New York. He received the Land for People Award from the Trust for Public Land in 2019, and Fast Company recognized him as one of the most creative people in business in 2017. Woltz serves on the boards of directors for the Cultural Landscape Foundation and the University of Virginia School of Architecture Foundation.

Thomas leads Nelson Byrd Woltz in the design of significant public landscapes across the United States, Canada and New Zealand, including the John and Alice Coltrane Home in New York, Holden Forest & Arboretum in Cleveland, Cornwall Park in Auckland and Memorial Park in Houston.

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