Tag Archive: ParksandRecreation

/News---Info/Blog/June-2017/Boating-Made-Better Raine Gardner, PE
According to the 2000 Census, 20.9 million American families have at least one family member with a disability. We’ve assembled a few of our favorite ADA-accessible boat launch facilities to celebrate National Boating Month and the inclusive nature of MSA’s creative parks and recreation design team. Check out this slide deck.

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2017/What-is-Public-Works- Randy Herwig
It’s the clean water you first brush your teeth with in the morning, the bridge you cross traveling to work, the park bench in the downtown square you enjoy your lunch on, the electricity that powers almost everything you use today… and so much more. 

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/News---Info/Blog/April-2016/How-to-obtain-maximum-points-on-a-grant-applicatio Mary Wagner, PE
Is your community planning to complete an outdoor recreation project, water-based activity project, or a project that benefits tourism? If so, consider applying for the WDNR Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program due May 1, 2016. It’s not too late to get your Stewardship application started!

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Meet-MSA-s-Engineers–Raine-Gardner Craig Fields
Continuing the Meet MSA's Engineers series, we sit down with Raine Gardner, PE, a native of Wausau, Wisconsin and a Michigan Tech grad. Raine is an expert in municipal engineering, including park and recreation planning and design and grant administration. Raine shares insight on work/life balance while leading MSA's Park and Recreation Community of Practice. 

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2015/What-is-landscape-architecture- Sarah McDonald
There are many misconceptions on what landscape architecture really is. Some believe it is simply picking out a few plants and placing them appropriately on a property - but it is so much more. Landscape architecture is defined as “The art and science of creating outdoor spaces,” but what does that mean?

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