Lacey Goldberg received her M.L.A. in 2014 and is currently working on her dual-title Ph.D. in Architecture and Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and the Environment at Penn State. She works as a researcher in the Hamer Center for Community Design and as an instructor in landscape architecture. Lacey’s graduate work has focused on the visual impacts of energy development, specifically natural gas extractive industries, and their effects on the scenic and cultural landscapes of Pennsylvania and other locales. Her current research focuses on utilizing crowdsourced data and developing procedures for integrating visual and cultural resource conservation into regional scale landscape management plans.