Elke Haege

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + CONSULTING ARBORICULTURE

Elke Haege is an award winning landscape architect and consulting arborist who is an enthusiastic proponent to the development and sustainable connection to natural systems, especially soils. Developing her experience over the past 18 years Elke has been running her own practice since 2009.

Named as an Emerging Voice in landscape architecture by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects in 2016.

Elke is an AQF Level 5 Consulting Arborist.
ARBORICULTURAL SERVICES INCLUDE: Arborist reports, Arborist plans, Tree Impact Assessments, Expert Witness and Arborist advice.

Elke, together with soil scientist Simon Leake, SESL Australia has published a 2 x award winning book on soil specifications titled: “Soils for Landscape development: Selection, Specification and Validation”, CSIRO Publishing.

Elke keeps and installs bees as part of the connection and contribution to landscape, natural systems and biosecurity. These native bees pollinate flowers and provide interest and education to your garden, community garden, aged care centre, or home.

—What is involved in keeping native stingless bees in Sydney?

Less trees in cities = increased heat = more stress on trees due to the increased heat = higher cooling costs and higher mortality rates of trees and people....