Kelly Stoecklein is a Landscape Designer who works with the GreenWorks team to assist public and private clients achieve their community, environmental, and economic goals in order to enhance people’s experience in both natural and urban settings. Kelly believes that using a design approach to problem solving can generate creative, beautiful, sustainable, and beneficial solutions. Teaming up with other GreenWorkers, Kelly assists cities, counties, public agencies and private entities to generate park plans, trail designs, design guidelines, master plans and site designs. Example projects include: Gateway Green, St. Helens Riverfront Connector Plan, Crown Park, Fanno Creek Trail, Mt. Scott Creek, Wade Creek and the Willamette Water Supply Water Treatment Plant.
Kelly loves working at GreenWorks because of the consideration we, as a team, give to people and the environment.
When Kelly is not producing materials for various landscape projects she can be found surfing, snowboarding, rock climbing, cycling, gardening, traveling, or just wandering around in the woods.
Masters of Landscape Architecture, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Advanced Certificate in Sustainability, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Lewis and Clark College, Lake Oswego, OR