Jocine Velasco

Jocine Velasco is a 2021 graduate of the University of Washington’s masters of landscape architecture program. She was nominated by her school as the 2021 LAF Olmsted Scholar for a project she helped start called the Urban Camas Monitoring Project. During and after her school, she worked with UW’s FRESH Lab and members of the Karuk Tribe on monitoring, planning and designing for an ecologically and culturally-significant site located in Northern California on Karuk Territory that will be impacted by the Klamath River dam removals. Before coming to Wagner Hodgson, she completed an internship with Nelson Byrd Woltz in New York City. Her design experience includes comprehensive landscape planning, community-led design and ecological-based site design.

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