ASLA GA Charity Golf Tournament
April 9, 2012
Please join your fellow peers for a little healthy competition as we raise funds toward the chapter’s endowment for a Landscape Architecture Undergraduate Scholarship at the college. The chapter has allocated all net proceeds from this tournament toward our endowment.
Tournament format will be a four player scramble. Prizes for winning foursome, runner-up foursome, longest drive, and closest to the pin. Mulligans and raffle tickets will be for sale at the registration table. Please arrange your own lunch prior to arriving at the course. No boxed lunch will be provided in lieu of dinner after the event.
Idaho's 9/11 World Trade Center Memorial Design Competition
As previously notified, all landscape architects are invited to participate in a design competition facilitated by Boise City in partnership with the Idaho–Montana Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. New documents are available, and many are listed below. Due to digital space constraints, please email for CAD files or PDFs or CDs of current Firefighter Memorial configuration.
Deadline: Monday, April 9
High-Performance Landscapes #4: Think Globally, Design Locally, Quantify the Benefits
Friday, April 27, 2012, 1:00 to 7:00 p.m.
The New York Chapter of ASLA is pleased to present the fourth in the High-Performance Landscapes series of workshops. Join us on April 27 when Barbara Deutsch, Executive Director of the Landscape Architecture Foundation, and Greg Searle, Executive Director of BioRegional North America, will provide in-depth lessons on achieving and quantifying sustainable landscapes. The LAF's Landscape Performance Series will be explained and advice provided on how best to quantify your own landscapes' sustainability. Case studies from around the world will highlight design and community engagement techniques to achieve successful, sustainable projects. A networking cocktail reception will follow the presentations. (4 LACES HSW CEUs)