Water Conservation PPN Newsletter March 2008
LETTER FROM THE CHAIR
If you’re like me, you might hope that this year won’t get away fromyou as quickly as the last. Time seems to fly when you’re busyand having fun why does it seem to fly faster when you’re busyand need more
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Let’s start talking
We have an e community already created for us onthe ASLA website This is a place where we can starta discussion thread and interact more readily aboutcharting a course of action for our PPN. Accessingour PPN’s e community is very
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Many hands make light work
Many hands make light workWhere do we go from here? How do we shareinformation? What topics will we focus on? Who wants tovolunteer to help out? We need to have a discussion—and you all need an opportunity to share your
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Thoughts on content for future newsletters!
I know you all have interesting ideas, projects andinformation to share with each other. Providing futurearticles for the newsletter is one way you can getinvolved, network and gain visibility for your work andfirm. In order to be most helpful, I
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Articles for next newsletter
Here are some ideas for generating newsletter content 1. Ask people that you know are working on waterrelated projects to write about their work.2. With permission, we can reprint articles or adaptmaterial from other sources.3. Ask people who have made
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Let’s open up another round of the survey
Last year we asked members of this PPN to respond toa survey about their professional interests. Results areposted on the PPN’s website http host.asla.org groups wcpigroup documents.htm. One question in the survey asked respondents to picktheir top 5 issues in
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Information with a mouse click
Here are some websites members could use. This listwill grow please send me your suggestions Irrigation Association http www.irrigation.orgAmerican Waterworks Association http www.AWWA.orgSustainable Sites Initiative http www.sustainablesites.org index.html  
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Sustainable Sites Initiative
The public review period has closed for the PreliminaryReport on the Standards and Guidelines for theSustainable Sites Initiative. The Initiative’s response tothe feedback received during the public review periodwill be posted on March 1, 2008. There will be a final
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LETTER FROM THE CHAIR
Let’s start talking
Many hands make light work
Thoughts on content for future newsletters!
Articles for next newsletter
Let’s open up another round of the survey
Information with a mouse click
Sustainable Sites Initiative
 

 

Laurie Beth Donnachie, ASLA, Co-Chair
lbdonnachie@gmail.com

Matthew Mathes, ASLA, Co-Chair
(425) 894-5505 
msmathes@gmail.com