Dr. Gail Hansen

Dr. Gail Hansen

University of Florida
Landscape Architect, Professor

Associate Professor, Sustainable Landscape Design, University of Florida Environmental Horticulture Department

10+ years of professional experience in landscape design

Gail Hansen is an associate professor who specializes in landscape design. Her teaching and extension programs address sustainable science-based and art-centered landscape design practices that take into account the social dimension of green urban environments, environmental protection, and the quality of life for urban dwellers. Gail is faculty in the Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology, an advisor to the Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program™ and the Extension Specialist for landscape design. She currently teaches two studio courses in residential landscape design. Gail has a MLA and PhD in landscape architecture.

Bridging the Divide: Ten Strategies for Homeowners and HOAs Working Together

Classroom A

This course reviews how Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ affects communities, how the FFL Program has worked with communities across the state to help them reduce their consumption of water, fertilizer and pesticide, and homeowner associations and strategies that homeowners and HOA board members can use when working together to install a Florida-Friendly landscape. CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs) […]

Communities Design Garden/Landscape ISA Cert Arborist LA CE credits