Two main projects that Loralyn worked on in the month of June include the green roof bus shelter project and the Borland Sustainable Garden. The green roof bus shelter process has turned out to be a more in depth process for Loralyn than she had originally anticipated; there are many legal issues/permits/reviews to go through due to the project site being in the city-owned public right-of-way. On top of the paperwork process, Loralyn had also planned and facilitated a green roof bus shelter community design workshop from A to Z, as well as held several design charrettes with her green roof designer/MLA, Joel Perkovich, with Tsuga Studios. It's a slow process, but an incredible learning experience. Also, it was time to wrap up the Borland Garden this month, and Loralyn wrote the final report and rendered some final drawings for Pashek Associates. The report will be complete soon, which will serve as the guiding design vision for the Borland Cooperative group's public/private urban agriculture space.