Tracey focuses on ecological planning, landscape design, and restoration with an emphasis on green stormwater infrastructure systems and streetscape and public open space improvements.
Tracey’s work ranges from public parks and greenways to nature preserves and reclaimed brownfields to educational and corporate campuses. Her projects include low-impact site development strategies, constructed wetland design and other stormwater best management practices, stream bank and shoreline stabilization, and riparian corridor restoration. She manages all project phases from site planning and design through construction. Many of her projects require significant public participation, for which she has facilitated project committee, stakeholder, and public meetings/charrettes. In addition, she has written and edited for a number of scientific journals and educational publishers.
Tracey is an Adjunct Professor of Landscape Architecture at Temple University, where she teaches a graduate design studio on green infrastructure and wetland and riparian restoration.