JOSEPH E. INGOLDSBY
820 E. Horseneck Road, P.O. Box 4090
Westport, MA 02790 (508) 938-5136
Joseph Ingoldsby, ASLA, Environmental Design & Planning, 1990-2015
Elected member-American Society of Landscape Architects, 1990
UMass Dartmouth, 2012-2015
School of Marine Science and Technology, 2014-2015
Marine Science, Fisheries Science Seminars, Science Writing
College of Arts & Sciences
Graduate Certificate in Professional Writing, 2015
Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Development, 2014
School of Education, Public Policy & Civic Engagement
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Policy, 2013
Roger Williams University, 2011-2012
Certificate in Practical Shellfish Farming
Rhode Island School of Design, 2011-2012
Natural History Portfolio
University of Pennsylvania, 1987-1989
MA, Landscape Architecture
ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTS AND PROJECTS
Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
Develop plans to restore trout stream with stream corridor and pond edge re-vegetation.
Walpole Mall, Walpole, MA
The Greening of the Walpole Mall: Reintroducing natural processes
Delineate, restore, and plant wetlands. Plan and oversee native landscape construction. Prepare conservation commission filings and present at hearings. Prepare wetland certification and closure.
Dune Restoration, Saquish, MA; Coastal Landscape Restoration, Duxbury MA
Restore dunes and sand plain landscapes with native coastal plant materials.
Remove invasive species and replant with native species.
Coastal Landscape, Coolidge Point, Manchester By The Sea, MA
Rebuild the coastal bank, plan, permit, and plant the coastal landscape.
Fresh Pond Environmental Assessment, Cambridge, MA
Document the natural and cultural landscapes at Fresh Pond Reservoir. Delineate wetlands. Consider flood plain planting for bioremediation and crowd control with Rizzo Associates for the City of Cambridge, MA.
Blair Pond and Alewife Brook Herring Assessment
Analyze and design fish passage enhancements with MA Fish and Wildlife scientists.
Neponset River Area of Critical Environmental Concern - Fowl Meadow and Ponkapoag Bog, Neponset River Watershed Association
Conduct research, environmental analysis, mapping of aquifer, ecosystems, listed species habitats within the thirteen-community boundary. Nomination approved by state.
Neponset River Area of Critical Environmental Concern - Neponset River Estuary
Conduct research, environmental analysis, mapping of Dorchester/Milton estuarine landscape and fishery. Submit and gain state approval of ACEC protective designation.
Friends Journal article, Climate Change Issue Jan. 2015 - Link
Allen’s Neck Meeting Clambake Celebrates 125 Years.
Dartmouth Heritage Trail, Historic Village Kiosks, 2014 - Link
Design and install historic signposts at each village for Dartmouth 350 celebrations.
Ocean Stories, Tropical Coral Reefs in Uncertain Seas, 2013-2014 - Link
Collaborate with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and MIT scientists for exhibits:
Ocean Stories, Museum of Science; Boston; Subtle Technologies, Toronto; Sustain- 2, University of Illinois; Ocean Stories, New Bedford Art Museum; Sea Lab, New Bedford.
Oceans in Distress, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Present anthropogenic changes to oceans at environmental conference.
Orion Magazine of Nature, Culture and Place - Link
Requiem for a Drowning Landscape, March-April 2009 Issue
Publish four color-plates from the Requiem for a Drowning Landscape series.
Requiem for a Drowning Landscape, New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY - Link
Exhibit work illustrating the impact of sea level rise upon the Atlantic coastal marsh.
Leonardo, MIT Press. Vanishing Landscapes: The Atlantic Salt Marsh - Link
MIT Press- Leonardo Volume 42, Issue 2 (2009) - Link
This article surveys the human imprint on the coastal landscape of New England and the impact of climate change on NE marine landscape and fisheries.
NPR interview, Vanishing Landscapes and Endangered Species; Smithsonian Fellow nomination: Communicating biodiversity loss; Artists for the Oceans, United Nations.