In the Spring of 2017, I interviewed Roxi Thoren and Phoebe McCormick Lickwar about their co-taught course at the Overlook Field School near Waverly, PA. The interview appeared in Landscape Architecture Magazine, and can be read on Issuu. Thoren, who is Associate Dean for the College of Design at the University of Oregon and Associate Professor in the Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, also directs the Fuller Center for Productive Landscapes. Lickwar, Associate Professor at the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas, is a co-designer of the National World War One Memorial in Washington DC. Their course, "Animals as Agents of Landscape Change," pushed students to think about unusual sources of agency in the natural environment. Lickwar and Thoren are also collaborating on a forthcoming book, Farmscape: The Design of a Productive Landscape. The Earthworm art discovered and framed by a student was featured in LAM's "Art Director's Cut." Image of student work courtesy Roxi Thoren.