Jennifer de Graaf’s professional experience focuses on design and project management for a variety of project types including parks, schools, hospitals, trail systems, streetscapes, historic properties, commercial properties, and housing. She has been practicing independently since 2002 with emphasis on private estates and gardens.
Her deep personal interest in the design of purpose-built gardens offers her a unique perspective on how environments can enhance the quality of life and provide a meaningful sense of place. Her work has earned her the Award of Merit from the ASLA Oklahoma Chapter and a Community Service Award from the ASLA Texas Chapter.
She is licensed as a Landscape Architect in California, a LEED Accredited Professional, and Bay Friendly Qualified Professional, and Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper. She is an instructor for the University of California at Berkeley Extension program in the Landscape Architecture Department and lead trainer for ReScape California.