Robin Lynch, ASLA, is the founder and owner of RDS. She is a 3rd generation landscape designer and a 2nd generation ecological rehabilitator. Daughter of Ann Lynch, Founding Director of South Bay Wildlife Rehab, and Richard Lynch, Founding President of the Palos Verdes Rhododendron Society, and granddaughter of Robert Jack Lynch, (after whom she’s named) the author of The Encyclopedia of Gardening.
Robin graduated Suma Cum Laude, with her B.S. in Landscape Architecture from the California Polytechnic University, Pomona, in 2009. She received the Howard O. Boltz Graduation Award, in recognition for the highest contribution to the Department of Landscape Architecture, fellow graduates and faculty, as well as honors from the Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society and the Golden Key International Society. Robin is a Full Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), and a licensed Landscape Contractor (C-27).
Her heritage formed generational commitments towards the advocacy, protection, regeneration, rehabilitation and revitalization of our environment and communities, and it is to these distinctions for which our ethos was formed, and upon which RDS proudly stands.