Danielle Bilot is a hybrid design professional, working in both landscape architecture and planning fields. Her novel research on adaptations for parking lots to support urban pollinator habitat have been presented on various platforms, including TED, TEDx, AIA, ASLA, AICP, and many more. She also contributed to the White House Pollinator Action Plan that was released in 2015. Currently, she works to design, build, and research these habitats on CU Boulder campus and within the greater City of Boulder. Additional expertise includes human behavior in design and environmental policy.
environmental justice, design-build, urban ecology, food systems, urban pollinator research, human behavior, environmental systems, green infrastructure, community engagement, marketing, presentations