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Overcoming Barriers to Creative Low-Impact Development Solutions
July 12, 2:00–7:00 p.m.
Spend an afternoon with a multidisciplinary audience and speakers including city agencies, landscape architects, architects, civil engineers, geotechnical engineers, and developers listening to industry experts discuss their experiences with what has worked and what has not. The educational session will be followed by a rooftop garden party from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Exposures–The Annual Awards Issue
In this issue of Exposures, we focus on our marquis program and annual event, the chapter Design Awards. The event recognizes projects by chapter landscape architects that demonstrate excellence, careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environment. Award recipients are announced at the ASLA Colorado Design Awards Event held at the Denver Four Seasons Hotel in early December.
Volunteer Opportunities in YOUR Chapter
Do you have time to volunteer for one of these Chapter Committees? PA-DE ASLA needs you!
Read about the different chapter committees and contact Kimberly Cossar by calling 717-441-6041 or via email to email@example.com to learn more about volunteering and/or serving on one of our chapter committees. You can learn more about these committees here.
LEED Certification—What Is It and Why Does It Matter?
By now, as a meeting professional, you have probably added LEED to your list of industry acronyms. You've seen references in the trade publications about various facilities that are LEED certified, have received marketing pieces proudly announcing that a convention center or hotel has achieved certification, and maybe even met an individual who has earned LEED Green Associate accreditation. Undoubtedly, LEED is a good thing—but do you really know what it means and, more important, what it means to you? Click the link above to learn more.
Announcing the Start of WASLA’s Unnamed Blog
We are excited to see the start of this blog. The WASLA Blog will help to keep the landscape architecture community informed, provide volunteer opportunities, and demonstrate the value of landscape architecture in Washington State. Our posts will cover a range of topics, including WASLA events, member activities, noteworthy Washington projects, and issues relevant to Washington landscape architects.
Our first challenge is finding a name. Some ideas include LaBlog, Pseudotsuga, Wash Land, The Log, WASLA Blog, and so on. As you can see, we are not satisfied yet. If you have a great idea for a name submit one via the link above as a comment for our consideration.