Products News by CPG Building Products, Hunter, ACE Mentor Legacy Project, and Victor Stanley

Products News by CPG Building Products, Hunter, ACE Mentor Legacy Project, and Victor Stanley

Hunter’s Water-Saving Product Lineup

CPG Building Products: More Options for Your Ultimate Outdoors

Donate to the ACE Mentor Legacy Project

New Designs from Victor Stanley


KYASLA May Newsletter
Learn about the Kentucky Rails to Trails Walk/Bike Summit, a recap of National Landscape Architecture Month events, and more in the latest issue of the KYASLA newsletter.

ASLA-MN 2013 Elections

Please consider volunteering your time to one of the open positions or nominate a colleague! In addition to planning engaging educational and social events, ASLA-MN advocates for the profession on your behalf. This is a great opportunity to give back to the profession while making and maintaining network connections in the landscape architecture community. You can also apply up to 10 hours of continuing education credits for your time!

To see a list and descriptions of open positions, click here.

NVASLA Newsletter, May 2013
The most recent issue of NVASLA’s monthly newsletter features an ASLA Advocacy Update, a list of upcoming events in Nevada, and a review of the successes of National Landscape Architecture Month.

ASLA Advocacy Day 2013: Wrap-up
On April 25, chapter leadership attended the annual ASLA Advocacy Day at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Attendees included Chapter President Nick Gilliland; Chapter President-Elect Carmine Russo; Trustee Eric Sauer; and Vice President of Legislative Affairs Jeannie Martin. A full day of meetings began with a morning coffee session with Senator Sherrod Brown and his aides to discuss those issues important to the profession.

Garden Dialogues: Portland
June 1–2
Get exclusive access to private gardens in Portland, Oregon, and hear directly from the designers and their clients about their collaborative process.

How do clients and designers work together? What makes for a great, enduring collaboration? Garden Dialogues provides unique opportunities for small groups to visit some of today’s most beautiful gardens created by some of the most accomplished designers currently in practice.

More information on Green Dialogues: Portland can be found here.

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