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ASLA and LAF Collaborate on Landscape Architects as Federal Leaders Webinar


2016-08-23

Are you interested in designing national parks and forests, as well as government building sites? Want to play a role in shaping national policy? The American Society of Landscape Architects and the Landscape Architecture Foundation will host Landscape Architects as Federal Leaders, a free webinar, on September 15, from 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. ET. Speakers will educate landscape architecture students and recent graduates about protecting, preserving, and enhancing public land.

Representatives from U.S. Forest Service and the Smithsonian Institution will discuss the federal leadership roles within landscape architecture and the range of project types and national policies. Speakers will also discuss the pathways to entering a career in federal service.

Speakers:

  • Matt Arnn, ASLA - U.S. Forest Service, Chief Landscape Architect
  • Jennifer Daniels, ASLA - Smithsonian Institution, National Zoological Park, Senior Landscape Architect
  • Jesse English, ASLA - U.S. Forest Service, Regional Landscape Architect/Recreation Planner 
  • Logan Free, ASLA - U.S. Forest Service, Presidential Management Fellow
  • Emily Lauderdale, ASLA - U.S. Forest Service, Presidential Management Fellow

Registration instructions:

  • To register for this free webinar, simply click on the Register button.
  • To participate, log in on the day of the Webinar a few minutes before the start of the event, and click on "My Webinars" on the left hand side of the screen (under "Your Account"). You will see a participation link.

Note:

Make sure you test your browser to make sure it's compatible. To do this, log in and click on "My Webinars." You will see two check marks at the top of the screen if your browser is ready.

Contact

Karen T. Grajales
Manager, Public Relations 
tel: 1-202-216-2371
ktgrajales@asla.org
@ktgrajales

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