Russell Prange is a landscape architect with experience in the design of large scale habitat restoration, shoreline, open space, commercial, and mixed-use development projects. He brings a diverse background in landscape architecture and environmental planning to his work. He received a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the State University of New York and is a licensed Landscape Architect in the State of California.
Russell’s work incorporates habitat restoration and sustainable landscape design practices such as stormwater management, habitat creation, public access, native planting, community gardens and recycled materials. He has presented at the California Society of Ecological Restoration annual conference and managed multifaceted landscape design projects. Russell’s passion lies in developing creative solutions that simultaneously enhance the natural and built environment. Russell has been involved in all stages of projects from working closely with the client during conceptual development to observing and managing projects during construction.
California State Parks, Yosemite Slough Marsh Restoration and Expansion of Candlestick State Park, San Francisco, California
Oak Knoll Development Project, Oakland, Alameda County, California
Marin Horizon School, Marin County, California
Antonio Mountain Ranch Vernal Pool Mitigation Bank, Placer County, California
Sonoma Mountain Lake, Sonoma County, California
Master of Landscape Architecture,
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry – Syracuse
BS, Environmental Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
California Licensed Landscape Architect, #6059
Certified Wetland Delineation Training