Marcus de la fleur (pictured with his wife Cathy Haibach) is an Associate and Registered Landscape Architect with Conservation Design Forum (CDF) in Elmhurst, IL. He received his horticultural degree from the School of Horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and obtained his Masters in Landscape Architecture at the University of Sheffield, UK. Marcus has contributed to the design and management of multiple sustainable projects (some of them LEED registered or certified) and has extensive field experience in sustainable technologys through his past work in Germany, Switzerland, and Britain. He also led the development of the Morton Arboretum’s Collections Master Plan in 2000. He is devoted to the integration of sustainable design, ecology, and stormwater management.
Marcus is frequently retained by organizations and groups to speak about his experience with his pilot project at 168 Elm Ave. You can check the CALENDAR on Marcus' homepage for his next scheduled speaking engagements, or contact him at the e-mail address below.
To access Marcus' Resume, click here
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