As a graduate from the Landscape Architecture program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nanette Heimes was very industrious; she worked as a teaching assistant for a design studio in Quito, Ecuador, served on the Student Advisory Board, and helped with a study-abroad service project in the Galapagos Islands. These experiences helped her understand the responsibilities that new landscapes have to society as sources of pride and positively that benefit their communities, especially in developing countries. In her work, Nanette translates the agricultural landscapes and systems she’s learned about into urban contexts.
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
University of Nebraska, Lincoln