Meredith Carman is a graduate of Rutgers University holding a degree in Landscape Architecture from Cook College and a New Jersey Certified Landscape Architect since 1999. She has traveled throughout the United States and abroad studying old town development, community design and general design strategies.
Meredith grew up on a dairy farm in New Jersey and retains a love and respect for the environment and great sense of community spirit. This has prompted her to be active in her current community of Highland Park where she serves on the design review committee for Main Street Highland Park, supporting their development as a sustainable community. With the help of Sustainable New Jersey, she was integral in the installation of edible gardens at all the public schools in town. She is pleased to spend time with the students and members of the community teaching them the importance of local food production and the value of native plants in our ecosystems. Meredith also returns to Rutgers University as a guest lecturer and juror, further exhibiting her commitment to educate others on the importance of our connection to the land.
A love of plants, gardening and community allows Meredith to add great dimension to our projects. As a project manager for the firm, she enjoys working closely with our clients to insure their desires are met with the most creative and functional of designs, from concept to installation.