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    • Woody Creek Garden

    • Two courtyards interlink the residence allowing each room to enjoy the visual landscape. The garden is built as a functioning green roof over a portion of the residence, leaving the steeply sloping site undisturbed. Water is the unifying element in...
    • Landscape architecture; Residential architecture;
    • Lobo Ranch

    • "Lobo Ranch is a 45,000 acre working cattle ranch in the eastern foothills of Mount Taylor with a diverse history of Native American, Spanish and ranching settlement. Design Workshop explored the property’s opportunities and constraints for...
    • Regional Planning;
    • Vail CP

    • "The Town of Vail was undergoing more than a billion dollars worth of redevelopment without an updated community plan. Design Workshop facilitated a process that engaged the community and key stakeholders. The input gathered in this process helped...
    • Regional Planning; Communities;
    • Yolanda Bates interview 2, October 24, 2007

    • Yolanda Mendiola Bates talks about her childhood in Mexico, her parent’s divorce and her father’s remarriage. She talks about competitive swimming, about receiving a full-ride scholarship to swim at Brigham Young University, converting to the...
    • Hispanic Americans; Swimming; Immigration & culture;
    • Casper Amoco - Awards

    • "The Platte River Commons is a highly contaminated, 350-acre oil refinery site being restored to productive community use through the collaboration of the greater Casper community and British Petroleum (BP), owner of the refinery site. The...
    • Urban renewal; Brownfields
    • Domain_Cutsheet

    • "Located 15 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas the 127-acre Domain will become a high-density, mixed-use destination with entitlements of 6,000 residential units, 3 million s.f. of offi ce space, 1 million s.f. of retail space and three hotels....
    • Landscape architecture; Urban renewal
    • Petra_ASLA Nationals 2012 optimized

    • "A 6th century Nabataen archaeological site, Petra was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985 and in 2007 was voted a “New Seventh Wonder of the World.” The Petra region, spanning 97,685 hectares, draws nearly 1 million visitors per year, a...
    • Sustainability; Landscape architecture; Regional Planning;
    • The Domain

    • "Located 15 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas the 127-acre Domain will become a high-density, mixed-use destination with entitlements of 6,000 residential units, 3 million s.f. of offi ce space, 1 million s.f. of retail space and three hotels....
    • Landscape architecture; Urban renewal
    • Ameya Preserve Cutsheets

    • "Upon purchasing 11,000 acres in Montana’s Paradise Valley, Greenfield Financial Group engaged Design Workshop to aid in the development of a master plan consistent with their vision of a conservation-based, vibrant second home community. Abundant...
    • Resorts; Real estate development
    • John Hernandez interview June 18, 2007

    • John Hernandez talks about his childhood in Wendover, Utah, his childhood family life, his struggles with education and his love and dedication to teaching. He also talks about his active sports life and his “miracle baby” son.
    • Family; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Kierland Commons -cutsheets

    • "Located in Phoenix, Arizona, Kierland is a 730-acre master planned community development including 216 acres of single- and multi-family residential, 123 acres of office space, 107 acres of retail, entertainment and restaurants, and 284 acres of...
    • Landscape architecture; Real estate development; Regional Planning;
    • Hydrologic Model of the Bear River Basin

    • A Hydrologic Model of the Bear River Basin Research Project Technical Completion Report to the Office of Water Resources Research, Department of the Interior, August 1970, Washington, D. C., 85 pages. "Increasing demands upon the available water...
    • Hydrology--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Hydrology--Mathematical models--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Hydrology--Data processing; Hydrology--Electromechanical analogies;
    • Lisamel Vázquez interview June 19, 2007

    • Mrs. Lisamel Vázquez talks about her childhood in Puerto Rico, moving to Mexico City with her parents for her father's job when she was 16, her move to Cache Valley in 1989. She also talks about her parents, husband and three daughters and their...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Enrique Mendosa interview July 24, 2007

    • Mr. Enrique Mendoza talks about his poor and hard childhood in México, his move to the United States, his efforts to learn the language and gain an education, his conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church and mission. He...
    • Hispanic Americans; Families; Religion; Education;
    • Enrique Sotelo interview April 7, 2007

    • Mr. Enrique Sotelo talks about his childhood and traditions in his native Mexico, his feelings about Cache Valley and the US, his religious beliefs, how he met his partner Graciela and about raising their children in the US.
    • Families; Religion; Immigration & culture;
    • Ginny Martinez McKee interview June 20, 2007

    • Ginny McKee talks about her ancestors from Spain, migrating to the US, her family and her youth in Colorado, her family’s move to Ogden, Utah, college life, meeting her husband, traveling with her husband and children in Jordan and India, her...
    • Travel; Social Justice; Families; Hispanic Americans;
    • Alicia Espinoza interview August 9, 2007

    • Alicia Espinoza talks about her childhood in Santiago, Chile, joining the LDS Church when she is 14 years old; the difficulties during the political crisis with Pinochet. She talks about her education, becoming an LPN and a dietist [dietician]. She...
    • Immigration & society; Mormon missionaries; Politics and culture; Hispanic Americans;
    • Enriqueta Arce Cuevas Carmona interview July 24, 2007

    • Mrs. Cuevas talks about her childhood in California, her family history from Mexico, her pride for Mexican history and culture. She expresses gratitude towards black people for their efforts to gain equality of opportunities for everybody...
    • Families; Religion; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Ana Trujillo interview August 23, 2007

    • Mrs. Ana Trujillo talks about her childhood in a poor neighborhood in Venezuela, working from an early age because her father was elderly. She talks about her family and country traditions, her education as an accountant, and her desire to study...
    • Hispanic Americans; Immigration & society; Education; Mormons;
    • Rob Cruz interview July 10, 2007

    • Rob Cruz talks about his childhood in California, growing up around a his father’s extended family, including his grandparents who immigrated from Mexico; later moving an hour away to an area with lots of space close to the Los Angeles Mountains:...
    • Families; United States. Forest Service; Religion; Hispanic Americans;
    • Ellie Méndez interview August 1, 2007

    • Ms. Elisaida Méndez talks about her childhood and traditions in her native Puerto Rico, her move to the United States, for a teaching job in New York, her education, including a Master’s Degree in Phycology from Temple University in Philadelphia,...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Juan Pablo Spicer-Escalante interview September 2007

    • Mr. Juan Pablo Spicer-Escalante talks about his childhood in Kansas, his warm feelings towards Argentina, his adopted country, his work as a professional soccer official and taking time off from perusing a PhD in economics, changing his major to...
    • Family; Religion; Immigration & culture;
    • Arian F. Baquero interview June 25, 2007

    • Mr. Arián Baquero talks about the hard experiences he had to undergo in his native Colombia because of the Colombian guerrilla, his move to the United States, the serious accident he had as a child, and how he surmounted all these difficulties and...
    • Hispanic Americans; Education; Political refugees;
    • Yolanda Bates interview 1, July 6, 2007

    • Yolanda Mendiola Bates talks about her childhood in Mexico, her parent’s divorce and her father’s remarriage, being raised by her grandmother and aunts and her relationship with her brothers. She talks about competitive swimming, including...
    • Hispanic Americans; Swimming; Immigration & culture;
    • Gustavo Estrada interview April 11, 2007

    • Mr. Gustavo Estrada talks about the traditions of his native Mexico, his father’s sudden death (when he was in the US), his studies at Utah State University in Electrical Engineering, his numerous jobs and how he has adapted well to Logan and its...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Carmen Yupanqui Zaa interview June 26, 2007

    • Ms. Carmen Yupanqui Zaa talks about her childhood in Lima, Peru, her Peruvian traditions (carnival, Christmas, New Years, Prom) and celebrations, and her move to Utah when she was 26 years old to study for a Master’s degree in Irrigation...
    • Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Maria Luisa Spicer-Escalante interview April 5, 2007

    • María Spicer Escalante talks about her childhood in Michoacán and Ciudad de México, her work as a journalists in Mexico, her studies in linguistic, her job as a university professor at Utah State University, her feelings towards her husband and...
    • Families; Religion; Hispanic Americans;
    • Sarah Hargreaves interview July 19, 2007

    • Mrs. Sara Hargreaves talks about growing up on her father’s plantation in Danlí, Honduras, including having servants and family celebrations; she also talks about her family history going back to Spain and Germany, including German political exiles...
    • Families; Education; Immigration & culture;
    • Ena Murillo interview June 27, 2007

    • Ena Murillo talks about the difficult life in El Salvador during the civil war, her studies and job as a nurse, her move to the United States and her warm feelings towards Cache Valley. She talks about going back to school to become a nurse...
    • Families; Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans;
    • Alex Pineda interview, November 14, 2012

    • Mr. Alex Pineda discusses his life in Cache Valley, as a high school student. He talks about his accomplishments of the past, and his goals and dreams for the future, as well as his views on politics and immigration.
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Education; Immigration & culture; Religion;
    • Ariel Rosario interview July 8, 2007

    • Mr. Ariel Rosario talks about his childhood in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, including traditions. He talks about receiving a scholarship to study at Utah State University, and his move to Cache Valley; receiving a bachelor's degree in...
    • Hispanic Americans; Education; Religion;
    • Maureen Patricia Winn interview August 23, 2007

    • Maureen Patricia Winn talks about her childhood and family life in Bolivia with her parents. She talks about her early years at different schools and cities in Bolivia; her move to the U.S. to study and Ricks College (now Brigham Young University...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Luis Espinoza interview August 9, 2007

    • Luis Espinoza talks about the political situation in Chile when his grandparents lived there, and the effect on his (politically involved) family, and their subsequent flight to the US. He also discusses his fat her’s arrest in Chile. He then talks...
    • Politics; Immigration & culture; Families;
    • César Hernández interview September 19, 2007

    • Mr. César Hernández talks about his life in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, and his move to different United States cities working on pine plantations. He also tells about his dramatic experience in the desert where he got lost and could not eat for...
    • Hispanic Americans; Immigration & culture; Religion;
    • Héctor Mendiola interview July 6, 2007

    • Dr. Héctor Mendiola talks about his life and family in Mexico, medical studies, his work as a physician and teacher, his move to Utah in 1993, his current job, and work at Logan High School and his participation as a leader in the Utah State...
    • Institute National de Estudio Superior; Families; Hispanic Americans;
    • Clara Galeano interview April 4, 2007

    • Ms. Clara Galeano talks about her childhood in Paraguay living and working in the countryside, about her move to Utah when she was 18 years old for medical reasons and how she has undergone thirteen surgeries, her work towards a degree at Utah...
    • Hispanic Americans; Immigration & culture;
    • Noemí Sabillón interview July 19, 2007

    • Mrs. Noemí Sabillón talks about her childhood in Honduras working at her parent’s store, going away to boarding school, her studies at university in Honduras and at Utah State University where she received two master’s degrees: soil science and...
    • Families; Education;
    • Julio Vergara interview June 21, 2007

    • Mr. Julio Vergara talks about his life in Chile: his work and education and family celebrations, his move to the United States in 1994 for schooling, his marriage and four daughters, family celebrations in the U.S., his jobs in financial...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Lucy Delgadillo interview August 24, 2007

    • Professor Lucy Delgadillo talks about her childhood in Nicaragua during the civil war, her life in Costa Rica, her feelings on being a citizen of a country with voting rights (Costa Rica, USA), her move to Kentucky to education through an American...
    • Families; Politics;
    • Melanie Domenech Rodriquez interview July 2, 2007

    • Professor Melanie Domenech Rodríguez talks about her childhood and traditions in her native Puerto Rico, including traditions from her Cuban mother; her studies in psychology, her job as professor at Utah State University, and adapting to life in...
    • Families; Education; Hispanic Americans;
    • Eduardo Ortiz interview June 29, 2007

    • Mr. Eduardo Ortiz talks about his childhood in a little village in Los Andes called Alausí in Ecuador, his law studies in Quito, his job as a lawyer, his move to the United States to study business (in which he earned a master’s degree) and now...
    • Hispanic Americans; Families; Education; Immigration & culture; Social justice;
    • Rolando Murillo interview June 28, 2007

    • Mr. Rolando Murillo talks about his childhood in El Salvador, his move to the United States because of the civil war in his country, his studies, his jobs including his current position at Cache Valley Insurance, working with Hispanic clientele, a...
    • Families; Education; Immigration & culture;
    • Germán Sabillon interview July 17, 2007

    • Mr. Germán Sabillón talks about his childhood and traditions in Honduras, his career in Irrigation Engineering, his education in Honduras and Utah, his jobs in Honduras and Utah, and contract work in Jordan, Syria and other counties. He talks about...
    • Families; Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans; Education; Marriage; Courtship;
    • Berger Residence

    • "Showcasing a garden within a neighborhood striving to retain its unique Victorian heritage, the garden redesign provided the opportunity to strip off the layers of past improvements made by multiple owners. To return the site to a character...
    • Landscape architecture; Residential architecture;
    • Sand Point RFU

    • "Live, outdoor performances have been held in the natural setting at Sand Harbor State Park for the past 20 years, while efforts have continued to restore the naturally functioning environmental systems of the area. The final design includes:...
    • Landscape architecture; Regional Planning;
    • Maria R interview, November 16, 2012

    • Miss Maria talks about how she came to the United States, and Cache Valley, from Michoacá Taguadon, Mexico. She talks about the economic struggles she and her family have experienced while here. She discusses being a teenager in Cache Valley,...
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Immigration & culture;
    • Stock Farm-cutsheet

    • "Stock Farm is positioned to be the best private golf club in Montana, largely because of its location in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley. The design creates a golfing environment that highlights and respects its spectacular surroundings. Great...
    • Landscape architecture; Regional Planning; Golf Courses;
    • La Posada

    • "A hotel master site development plan that involved locating new guest rooms, a spa, a major parking structure and new exterior spaces. Design Workshop detailed landscape plans based on sustainable development techniques such as water harvesting...
    • Landscape architecture;
    • Crown Residence

    • "Inspired by the rustic French style of the residence’s architecture, Design Workshop developed the 12-acre landscape of the Crown residence using a series of terrace levels to create formal outdoor rooms. The east terrace, designed for formal...
    • Landscape architecture; Residential architecture
    • Mill Creek cutsheets

    • "Mill Creek Village planned new community lies at the western edge of Chicago and is limited by regional environmental and growth policies. The community’s master plan aims to avoid the trend toward suburban sprawl, and the developer made...
    • Urban parks; Landscape architecture; Wetlands
    • Springwoods Village-cutsheet

    • "Springwoods Village is a 1,100-acre sustainable, mixeduse community that will provide employment, retail, hospitality, medical/wellness and residential choices in the northern end of Houston. Design Workshop was hired to complete the master plan...
    • Regional Planning; Landscape architecture;
    • Yasmeen Pineda interview, November 14, 2012

    • Miss Yasmeen Pineda talks about her parents’ roots in Mexico, and how they came to live in Cache Valley. She discusses her quinceañera and the ways she (with her family) celebrate her Mexican tradition. She talks about her responsibilities in her...
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Education; Immigration & culture;
    • Mearl and Emma Row interview

    • Mr. Row talks about growing up in Idaho and Wyoming; his work from seven years old, including herding cows, haying, road building, construction, cowboying and ranching. Mr. Row talks about his desire to learn, to work hard and to respect others. He...
    • Row, Mearl--Interviews; Row, Emma--Interviews; Ranching; Ranchers; Ranch managers; Ranch Management; Hay--Harvesting--Equipment and supplies; Cattle ranching; Building; Roads—Design and construction; Cowboys; Cattle herders; Pasture, Right of;
    • Hakuba cutsheet

    • a master plan for the 14 Acre base village, to analyze existing mountain ski terrain and infrastructure, to develop sustainable solutions alternatives and to develop a market analysis for retail and residential housing options, including a...
    • Resorts; Regional Planning;
    • Zuri Garcia interview June 20, 2007

    • Mrs. Zuri García talks about being born in Puerto Rico, but moving when she was very young to first New York and then Salt Lake City when her parents separated. She talks about her mother becoming ill and living with their grandmother in Salt Lake...
    • Families; Foster home care; Education; Religion;
    • Windmill on Peterson farm, Petersboro, Utah 1910

    • Windmill on Peter Peterson farm in Petersboro, Utah, August 3, 1910. Sign attached to top of windmill states "The Aermotor Chicago!" Several farm buildings are clustered at the foot of the windmill and mounds of hay are visible in the...
    • Windmills--Utah--Petersboro--History--Pictorial works; Peterson Ranch (Petersboro, Utah)--History--Pictorial works
    • Defore Pacolet Milliken

    • "Design Workshop created a mixed housing plan for the north parcel due to its more secluded nature and a mixed use village on the southern parcel due to its highly visual prominence along the road network and its proximity to more pedestrian,...
    • Landscape architecture; Residential architecture; Real estate development
    • Jorge Rodas interview July 13, 2007

    • Mr. Jorge Rodas talks about his childhood and traditions in his native Guatemala, his move to California in 1984 with his parents because of unrest in Guatemala; applying for and receiving political asylum in the US; his jobs, his experiences; his...
    • Families; Religion; Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans;
    • Utah Humanities Council Grant Award, April 13, 2007

    • Utah State University Special Collections received generous funding for the transcription of the Latino/a Voices Project from the Utah Humanities Council and Utah Division of State History.
    • Utah Humanities Council; Utah State University--Department of History;

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