Thomas Woltz Named to the 2011 ASLA Council of Fellows
Nelson Byrd Woltz is very pleased to announce that Thomas Woltz has been named to the ASLA Council of Fellows for 2011, one of the highest honors bestowed by the profession. Thomas was nominated by the New York Chapter in the category of Works and is being recognized for his significant contributions to the profession through projects that demonstrate how landscape architecture can heal wounds inflicted on the land while creating memorable places of exquisite beauty. Through the Conservation Agriculture Studio he established within the firm, Thomas leads projects that meld the interests of land owners, conservation biologists, cultural historians, and horticulturists. A keen ability to communicate ideas to clients, students, staff, and the public expands the reach of his work significantly. He is frequently invited to speak at academic institutions and symposia throughout the country as well as internationally.