Embedded Planning Praxis with Jonathan Pacheco Bell

Episode 13 September 26, 2022 00:52:35
Embedded Planning Praxis with Jonathan Pacheco Bell
Urban Planning is Not Boring
Embedded Planning Praxis with Jonathan Pacheco Bell

Hosted By

Samantha Ellman Natalie Ikhrata

Show Notes

Sam and Nat have the pleasure of sitting down with Jonathan Pacheco Bell to discuss his Embedded Planning Praxis. We discuss the importance of moving from community engagement to community partnership in planning, focusing on the premise that planning does not happen from our desks! We have to plan in the spaces and places within the community. Listen to learn more about Jonathan and his Embedded Planning Praxis! 

Where can you find Jonathan Pacheco Bell?

Follow him on Instagram @c1typlann3r @embeddedplanning

Some of Jonathan’s Most Notable Work: 

To find more of his work, check out his Linktree and his blog

Shoutout of the episode: LA Neighborhood Land Trust

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