EB was one of the UL students who spearheaded the grassroots campaign to "Save the Horse Farm" from commercial development
EB was one of the UL students who spearheaded the grassroots campaign to “Save the Horse Farm” from commercial development in 2005. Her goal of establishing a realistic relationship between humans and the environment all started when she read Ishmael.
“I wanted to be outside, save the environment, make the world a better place,” Brooks said. “I just needed to find how I could.”
Now, 10 years later, EB has been named Lafayette Central Park, Inc.’s Executive Director.
Lafayette Central Park is currently working with landscape architects Design Workshop. Architecture firm Lake|Flato will design concepts for the first set of park buildings. LCP anticipates breaking ground mid- to late-2016. Ultimately, the park’s tract of 100 pristine acres will feature elements such as walking trails, ponds, spectacular wetland and ravine gardens, an amphitheater, a splash pad, dog park, pavilions and more.
For more information on the Lafayette Central Park follow the link below.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
111 Heymann Blvd, Lafayette, LA 70503