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Cecily Anderson

Cecily Anderson

Cecily’s passions span ecology, art, healing landscapes, regenerative design and permaculture, and community-engaged design. She finds joy in exploring how these varying topics can intersect to build beautiful landscapes. She is deeply interested in how landscape architecture can support public health and wellbeing through creating spaces that encourage connections with the living world and communal activities. 

Informed by ecological and agricultural concepts, Cecily Anderson specializes in permaculture and regenerative design. Her training at Ekvn-Yefolecv educated her in site analysis, observation, integrated design, Indigenous design, and creating landscapes that support humans and wildlife and regenerate over time. Titled “The Auburn Refuge Project,” her Sustainability Studies capstone project at Auburn University followed steps outlined by Permaculture designer and systems engineer Alan Booker. 


Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design with minors in Sustainability Studies and Spanish - Auburn University
Master of Landscape Architecture - University of New Mexico

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