Patricia Algara: BASE Landscape Architecture, Berkeley Food Institute (UC Berkeley), Algarden Demonstration Urban Farm, International Natural Bee Keepers Federation
Patricia Algara is the co founder and principal of BASE Landscape Architecture and affiliated faculty of the Berkeley Food Institute, she is a lecturing professor at UC Berkeley and UC Berkeley Extension, where she teaches “Designing for Difference” a class that looks at the social factors for designing public open spaces. She has lectured at various universities in the US and Mexico about the issues affecting bees and creating habitat for pollinators. She was the faculty adviser for the 2011 ASLA Communications Honor Award and she was awarded the “Tending the City” – 10 woman campaign award and the Sui Generis Award for her educational and community building work as the co-director and founder of the Algarden Demonstration Urban Farm. Patricia is a cofounder of the International Natural Bee Keepers Federation, a graduate of the College of the Melissae – Center for Sacred Bee keeping, a Permaculture designer and avid beekeeper who strives to apply values that she has learned from the bees in her designs: that beauty, function, structure, and communication can intersect sweetly.
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