Keith Maung-Douglass, PLA, ASLA

Landscape Designer

Keith Maung-Douglass joined CARBO in June of 2017 after completing a 2-year research and design fellowship at the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio.  Keith received a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Temple University in 2013 and Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Roger Williams University in 2005.

Before moving to Louisiana, Keith was an intern with Biohabitats, Inc. in Baltimore, MD.  For this internship, Keith was tasked with the design, construction, and operation of a small-scale wetland treatment system that would filter water from Baltimore Harbor.  While there, Keith also worked on various other ecological restoration and landscape design projects.

During his time at the Coastal Sustainability Studio, Keith worked on the Changing Course design competition, the design of an interactive coastal Louisiana exhibit for the Center for River Studies, the creation of visualizations for the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority, and a range of in-house projects related to coastal Louisiana and the August 2016 flood.

Keith is a certified Master Naturalist through the Louisiana Master Naturalist Association and is also an active member of the Capital Area Native Plant Society.