Megan Little
Designer
Megan is originally from Agoura Hills, CA, a predominately equestrian community at the base of the Santa Monica Mountain Range. She came to love landscape while riding horses along the fire trails that crisscross these mountains. In college, she was drawn to landscape architecture through classes at the school’s Urban Farm, where she grew food and learned the value of engaging with local farmers. Her hobbies include bicycling, collecting maps, and trying out new recipes.

Megan received a bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon, where she was granted the ASLA Merit Award and was named the 2018 University Olmsted Scholar. While there, she was a research assistant at the University of Oregon Institute for a Sustainable Environment, where she conducted GIS analysis for a watershed-wide alternative future design. She has also worked at the University of Oregon Aerial Photography and Map Library and at a boutique nursery in Portland, Oregon.

Megan joined MVVA in 2018.


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