Written by Lucero Benitez, Communications Specialist

Shaping Spaces

Seventeen miles north of campus in Madera County, atop a hill overlooking nothing but green grass and future possibilities, class is in session.

A group of city and regional planning students are on site learning from industry leaders while studying the Tesoro Viejo development, a 1,600-acre site at the foot of Little Table Mountain that will soon be transformed into a scenic master-planned community.

It’s an opportunity Fresno State students didn’t have until fall 2017, when the city and regional planning degree option was reinstated for the first time in about 25 years. The program partnered with McCaffrey Homes to provide students with hands-on experience in design and infrastructure through the Tesoro Viejo case study.

To read the full article, visit the Fresno State Magazine.

Photos taken by Cary Edmondson, University Photographer.


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