NEBRASKA STATE CAPITOL FOUNTAINS
SPRING LAKE PARK
The efforts of a group of neighbors have joined together to try and renovate Omaha’s Sunken Gardens. The goal is to create a beautiful formal garden and retain areas of the park for football and sledding.
An Omaha World Herald article explains that the City of Bellevue, Nebraska, is supporting changes proposed for Mason Park, a neighborhood park that has been neglected the past couple of decades. Park advocates propose using private donations to make park improvements, which will be designed by Big Muddy. The city will contract with Omaha Permaculture, a local non-profit, to manage the site and convert some of the mown areas into an edible landscape.
MIDLANDS BUSINESS JOURNAL
The September issue of Stormwater magazine has an article about Green Infrastructure in Omaha, entitled Moving Toward Green in Omaha. It features Nina Cudahy with Omaha Public Works environmental quality control manager, Steve Rodie with University of Nebraska Omaha - Director of Sustainability, and John Royster, president of Big Muddy Workshop. It describes a number of Green Infrastructure projects in Omaha.
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE
Big Muddy Workshop is one of three landscape architecture firms featured in the Foreground section of the August issue of Landscape Architecture magazine. The article considers various firm’s strategies for evaluating RFPs and RFQs to determine whether or not they will make a submittal.
John Royster is interviewed about green infrastructure solutions in an Omaha Public Works video produced by NETV