Annie S. White

My focus as a lecturer at UVM is on teaching a diversity of undergraduate courses in the fields of landscape design, horticulture, and agroecology. My teaching practice is built on decades of applied professional work in landscape architecture and ecological design. I’m committed to fostering inclusive learning environments, whether online, in the classroom, or in the studio. I encourage critical thinking and creative problem-solving strategies to help students become informed and engaged professionals with the skillset to contribute to the planning and design of healthy ecosystems, landscapes, and communities.






Associations and Affiliations

American Society of Landscape Architects, Member
Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Member
Ecological Landscaping Association, Member
Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association, Member

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Ecological Landscape Design, Agroecological Design, Native Plants, Pollinator Habitat, Undergraduate Education, Inclusive Teaching Methods, Web-based Learning


  • University of Vermont Ph.D. Ecological Landscape Design 2016
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison M.S. Landscape Architecture 2005
  • University of Hawai'i' System B.A. Natural Sciences 2002


Office Location:

208 Jeffords Hall

Office Hours:

By appointment

Courses Taught

PSS 1370 Living Landscapes
PSS 1990 Pollinators & Perennials
PSS 1990 Home Vegetable Growing
PSS 2371 Landscape Design Studio
PSS 2560 Permaculture