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Students, Recent Graduates, & Emerging Professionals: Welcome to The Field!

Each of ASLA's 20 Professional Practice Networks (PPNs) contributes to The Field, a blog that was created to give members who work in landscape architecture a place to exchange information, learn about recent work and research, and share their thoughts about current happenings. If you’d like to receive email notifications as soon as new posts are published, sign up to follow The Field—look for “The Field by Email” box on the right-hand side. [link: ]

With a fresh perspective on the profession, do you have something you'd like to share, whether it's eye-opening research, lessons learned as a recent graduate just getting started in the field, or a thesis that’s now collecting dust after all your hard work?

Write about it for The Field! As the means for ASLA's Professional Practice Networks (PPNs) to exchange information, The Field is your forum for gaining recognition for your work and research. All members of ASLA are welcome to submit posts.

Here are a few recent posts from students and emerging professionals:

A Student’s Guide to Environmental Justice, by Kari Spiegelhalter, Tess Ruswick, and Patricia Noto, Student ASLA

Introducing the Campus Resilience Series, by Katharyn Hurd, Associate ASLA

Data + Design: Measuring a Landscape’s Value, by Stephanie Marino, Associate ASLA

Victory on the Mississippi and the Role of Landscape Architects, by George Sorvalis, Associate ASLA.

For more information, check The Field's Submission Guidelines.

We look forward to hearing from you! 

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