Registration Is Open for the 2014 INASLA Annual Meeting
Friday, October 17
A great lineup of state and national presenters headlines this year’s INASLA Annual Meeting, with topics ranging from small business growth to public engagement strategies to urban forestry to national advocacy issues. Whatever your interest, this year not only packs the continuing education credits, but promises to show the beauty of landscape architecture at every scale.
Register at the link above. More information regarding meeting schedule, speakers, and CEU credits will be made available shortly.
Raleigh’s First Community Parklet Has Been Successfully Funded
North Carolina State University’s Department of Landscape Architecture graduate students, in collaboration with Deco Raleigh, are working to create a dynamic, creative, and truly noteworthy public space at the corner of Salisbury Street and Hargett Street. You can find more about the collaborative efforts they are making via www.raleighspace.org.
Learn more about the project on the completed Kickstarter page.