Pam Nagle

Landscape Architect

Pam has twenty-three years of experience in landscape design and construction in the Bay Area. Her experience includes parks and resort planning; streetscape, trails and campus master planning; commercial landscapes; residential gardens; and team leadership. She designed, developed and led the project team for the SFPUC College Hill Learning Garden in Bernal Heights, San Francisco (opened April 2016). She has also worked on several SF Unified School District Green Schoolyard projects. Pam has extensive experience in project management and team coordination, and is an active street tree Planting Leader with Friends of the Urban Forest in San Francisco on weekends. Pam has a BFA from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, and a Certificate in Landscape Architecture through the University of California, Berkeley Extension Program. She recently taught a class on plant identification and design principles for 3 years at the School of Landscape Architecture at Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Pam is a licensed Landscape Architect in the State of California (#CA5039), an ISA Certified Arborist (#WE-9617A) and is ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ).