Ready, Willing and Able

The Expanded Environment is now for offering our professional services to the public. We welcome collaborations, development opportunities, public outreach and good-old work for hire.

Work with us!

The Expanded Environment is now for offering our professional services to the public. We welcome collaborations, development opportunities, public outreach and good-old work for hire. If you have an ecological conundrum within your built environment or a  related project that you would like our advice, or know of a particularly tricky issue that just might need an architectural solution, or vice-versa, send us an email. Our rates are reasonable and negotiable. More than anything we’re interested in getting to work.

Areas of interest:

  • Landscape architectural collaborations
  • Urban ecological Interventions
  • Urban agricultural projects
  • Cross-species Art Installations
  • Site remediation strategies
  • Urban-Animal Public outreach programs
  • Ecological research projects
  • Sustainable architectural projects and developments

Ned Dodington is also available to speak, lecture, and write on these topics. He loves to travel and to get in front of a crowd. Invite him for a visit.

email: emd@animalarchitecture.org

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