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R. Alfred Vick

ravick@uga.edu

 

R. Alfred Vick is Associate Professor of Environmental Design. He is an award-winning landscape architect and an ethnobotanist. An expert in sustainability, his principal area of interest is preserving and enhancing the functionality of natural systems while effectively integrating human use.

He is the leader on INAS's ongoing project with the Cherokee National Historical Society to reconstruct the Tsa-La-Gi historic village in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Related to this is his research project, "The Impact of Indian Removal on the Availability of Culturally Salient Cherokee Plants," which he will share with Cherokee Nation. Among the classes he teaches for INAS are Plant Communities of the Cherokee Landscape and Plant Communities on the Trail of Tears.

Prof. Vick received his B.S. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and his M.L.A. from University of Georgia, Athens.

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