Updates from ASLA

Expand Your Horizons in Philadelphia

Learn, network, and celebrate at the largest gathering of landscape architects in the world this fall in Philadelphia!Workshops and ticketed-event prices are at their lowest before the early-bird deadline, June 29. Set your plan today!

ASLA Council of Fellows Investiture Dinner
Join friends and colleagues Sunday, October 21, at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown for an elegant evening honoring the newest members of the ASLA Council of Fellows. Reception at 7:00 p.m. followed by dinner at 8:00 p.m.

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2017 Council of Fellows Inductees  

The President's Dinner
Monday, October 22, the Annual Meeting closes with this extraordinary event, paying tribute to distinguished recipients of ASLA’s highest honors and installing new national officers immediately following the honors presentation. Reception at 7:00 p.m. followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m.

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New officers are sworn in at the 2017 ASLA President's Dinner.  

Attendees will learn how to navigate and problem solve from experts in the field during in-depth, workshops on SITES®, the Landscape Architecture Registration Exam (LARE), the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB) accreditation process. Check out two of our featured workshops below!

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WS-004 - Digital Methods: Water + Dynamic Natural Systems of the Delaware Riverfront
Introduced in 2017, the Digital Methods series is back with Digital Methods: Water + Dynamic Natural Systems of the Delaware Riverfront . Attendees will use an array of digital tools in representations and generative models of issues in the Delaware River watershed.


Bradley Cantrell, ASLA
Chair and Professor in Landscape Architecture
University of Virginia School of Architecture

Adam Mekies, ASLA
Landscape Architect & Planner
Design Workshop

Xun Liu
Landscape Designer

John Wray, IV, ASLA, LEED GA
Design Professional

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2017 ASLA Diversity Summit
Image credit: EPNAC

WS-006 - Building the Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion
New in 2018, Building the Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion, will give attendees the opportunity to examine the impact of embracing strategies to promote the case for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Afterwards, attendees engage directly with a panel of firm leaders who have begun building the foundation to prioritize diversity efforts in the workplace.


Myla Deloatch
Business Training Works

Mark Rios, FASLA, FAIA
Founding Partner
Rios Clementi Hale Studios

Tom Mroz, ASLA
Senior Vice President

Michael Grove, ASLA
Principal / Landscape Architect
Sasaki Associates

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