Landscapes of Longevity featured on “With Good Reason”

This week on the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities’ (VFH) radio program “With Good Reason”, tune in to hear a conversation with Reuben Rainey, Professor Emeritus of Landscape Architecture and Asa Eslocker (MLA ’14), Lecturer and Special Projects Manager, discussing the world’s blue zones, where average life expectancies far exceed the global average, and the documentary film “Landscapes of Longevity” that was a result of Eslocker and research collaborator Harriett Jameson’s (MLA/MUEP ’14) study of those blue zones.


Please visit for more information about broadcast times and the “Landscapes of Longevity” project.  “Landscapes of Longevity” recently premiered at the 2014 Virginia Film Festival.

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