Clear Lake Chapter

Chapter Meeting: The Fibonacci Sequence in Nature and Native Plants

June 12, 2023

This meeting was not recorded.

For centuries, mathematicians, artists, and architects have studied and used the Fibonacci sequence to create meaningful projects and great works of art. This presentation explained the origins of this amazing phenomenon, which can be found in our everyday experiences, and inspire viewers to have a greater appreciation for geometry, nature, and native plants. Please have a sheet of graph paper and a pencil to play along.

About the Speaker

With 30 years of experience as a registered landscape architect, Diana Wilson, member of the Williamson County Chapter of Native Plant Society, is a dedicated proponent of native plants, sustainable development, resource protection, and preservation. Diana has extensive experience in park planning, site design and planting design. She has executed all phases of development for projects from local and regional planning to large-scale capital projects involving budgets exceeding $9 million. Diana is currently the director of planning with Burditt Land Place, which is an integrated planning and design firm founded in the disciplines of community planning, landscape architecture, architecture and natural systems.

Hosted by Environmental Institute of Houston, University of Houston-Clear Lake.

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