Alexis Woods has designed a variety of residential and commercial landscape projects in the San Francisco area with a focus on estates and wineries. Passionate about building and maintaining sustainable cultivated landscapes, she also applies these principles in managing 100 acres of her family’s vineyards in the Dry Creek Valley. Alexis received her Masters degree in Landscape Architecture and a Historic Preservation Certificate from the University of Virginia in 1998. Balancing her landscape architecture practice and her wine grape farming in Sonoma, she brings a deep understanding of land stewardship to all of her projects. Alexis serves on the board of the Cultural Landscape Foundation and on the West Coast Council of the Garden Conservancy.