BAKER H. MORROW, FASLA
- Registered Landscape Architect State of New Mexico #2
- Fellow, American Society of Landscape Architects (FASLA)
- Founder, State Historic Landscape System, New Mexico
- Past Chair, State Board of Landscape Architects
- Trustee, American Society of Landscape Architects
- Director, Registry of Historic Landscapes, New Mexico
- Member, Campus Planning Committee, UNM
- Member, UNM Press Board
- Bachelor of Arts, University of New Mexico, 1968
- Master of Arts, University of New Mexico, 1997
Baker H. Morrow has practiced for the last 41 years as a landscape architect in New Mexico and the surrounding region. He has served as project manager and principal in charge for more than 4,000 projects. Among Mr. Morrow’s award winning projects are the Journal Center, Park Square, UNM’s Children’s Hospital and Children’s Psychiatric Center, the Albuquerque Academy, and Yale Boulevard in Albuquerque; Artesia Main Street Phases I and II; Eunice, NM, Main Street and NMSU’s Zuhl Library in Las Cruces, NM. Morrow Reardon Wilkinson Miller, Ltd., has also developed plans for many other important New Mexican projects, including the Big I Landscape in Albuquerque, San Mateo and Carlisle and I-40 Interchanges, Joe Harvey Parkway in Hobbs, downtown streetscape upgrades in Artesia and Eunice, and U.S. Courthouse landscapes in Las Cruces and El Paso. He is the founder and Professor of Practice, of the Master’s Program in Landscape Architecture (MLA), School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico, from 1975 - Present.
- In March, 2008 Mr. Morrow was awarded The Stewart Udall Cultural Landscape Preservation Award by the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance.
- Mr. Morrow’s latest book, a translation of Cabeza de Vaca’s The South American Expeditions, 1540-1545, won the Publication Award of the Spanish Ministry of Culture in 2011.
Nine books to date, including Best Plants for New Mexico Gardens and Landscapes, A Dictionary of Landscape Architecture, Horses Like the Wind, Canyon Gardens: The Ancient Pueblo Landscapes of the American Southwest, Cabeza de Vaca’s The South American Expeditions 1540-1545 (translator) and others.