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Landscape Architecture Program

Phone: (208) 885-7448
Fax: (208) 885-9428
E-mail: larch@uidaho.edu

University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2481
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2481

Don Brigham

Don Brigham


Office: AA 304
Email: donbrigham@clearwire.net
Mailing Address: Landscape Architecture program
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2481
Moscow, ID 83844-2481

College of Art & Architecture
Landscape Architecture program
Adjunct Faculty


  • Research/Focus Areas
    • Water-wise plants and design
    • Green roofs and creation of new plants through genetic manipulation
  • Biography

    I am a landscape architect with over 29 years of experience designing spaces for the enjoyment of people. My award-winning firm is headquartered along the Washington-Idaho border from which I serve clients throughout the northwest. Since 1984, I have served as Adjunct Faculty in the Landscape Architecture Department at the University of Idaho. In this position, I enjoy sharing my knowledge with the students in Plant Materials Design, Professional Office Practice, and Golf Course Design. I have written over a dozen articles for Landscape Architecture magazine, covering topics such as Gardens for the Senses, Invasive Plants, and critiques of built projects. I have served as Trustee for eight years of the Idaho-Montana Chapter of ASLA and then had the honor of serving as Vice President of Information and Practice. In 2004, I was inducted as a Fellow of ASLA. I was awarded the Ted Wirth Leadership and Service Award in 2005. The Western Planner, a publication of the American Planning Association, awarded Don the 2004 Stan Steadman Article of the Year.

  • Outreach Projects
    • Modie Conservancy Park board of directors
    • St. Joseph Regional Medical Center Foundation board of directors
    • Lewiston Rotary Club board and the Heart of Clarkston
    • I have freely contributed my design expertise to improving the community in which I live, including the Clarkston Entrance project and Idaho’s first territorial capital project.