Alachua County Extension
Landscape Architect, Extension Agent
Taylor worked for the University of Florida’s Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology, with experience in the Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program, landscape design, and behavior change. Since graduating from the University of Florida, Dr. Clem worked as a Parks Planner for the city of Farmington, New Mexico. Dr. Taylor Clem joined the UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County Office in July 2018.
B.S. degree in landscape architecture, University of Kentucky
M.S. degree in landscape architecture, University of Florida
Ph.D. in horticulture sciences, University of Florida
Landscapes are dynamic, continually evolving and changing. Successful landscape design should always address long-term maintenance requirements associated with the evolving landscape. This program will address three “Right Plant, Right Place” strategies to incorporate long-term maintenance beyond landscape installation and establishment. Concluding the program, attendees will be better able to use strategies for native plant selection, […]