Meg Frisbie is research associate for the Urban Heritage project, an initiative of PennPraxis and the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, working on the documentation and planning of cultural landscapes. Her interests include vernacular and working landscapes, public land management, and traditional craft. Prior to joining the Urban Heritage Project team in 2022, she worked for the National Park Service, participating in archeological fieldwork, cultural landscape documentation, and preservation projects across the southeast and southwest.
Meg holds a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Texas School of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia. Outside of work, Meg enjoys riding her bike, dabbling in art projects, and exploring local parks.