Boston Draws Record for 2013 Annual Meeting and EXPO Kickoff
Conservative estimates predict more than 6,000 landscape architecture professionals and students will participate in the meeting, but that figure could be far higher if volunteer enthusiasm is any indication. The previous five kickoff meetings have averaged around 100 volunteers, so the number of New England members interested in assisting with the meeting far exceeds any on record.
|Scott Doty, ASLA||Michele Folts, ASLA|
“For those of us from New England, it will be a point of pride to host the largest and best meeting in ASLA history,” said Tavella, who is a native of Connecticut. “It provides us with an opportunity to show off our incredible landscape legacy to professional colleagues from across the country and all over the world.”
All professional volunteer efforts will be coordinated through the BSLA. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact ChapterOffice@BSLAweb.org.