Urban Landscapes on the Anacostia River + Washington Channel
Attendee Cap: 25
Tour Description: Until recently, the Anacostia River was the “forgotten river” in Washington, DC. Today it is flourishing with renewed attention and ever-increasing investment in its ecological health, economic stability and social wellbeing. Some of the most renowned landscape architects in the country are participating in the transformation. Take a walk with Jack Sullivan, FASLA, and experience the excitement of a river coming to life with waterfront parks, plazas, marinas, restaurants, bars and more. Maps, tour outline, and photographs of tour highlights will be provided.
Other Expenses: Participants may want to purchase beverages as needed, which can be purchased along the way.
9 AM Departure: Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center
9:45 AM Drop-Off: Washington Canal Park 200 M St SE, Washington DC 20003;
10:00 AM: Yards Park via Hope VI and Washington Navy Yard;
10:45 AM: Nationals Baseball Park via Diamond Teague Park and the Earth Conservation Corps;
11:15 AM: Walk to The Wharf
12 PM Pick-Up: The Wharf, 1100 Maine Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024
12:45 PM Return: Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center